Use a "Three-Point Edit" which can either Insert or Overlay.
Worth reading up on this technique but basically it simple.
Set 2 points in Program and one point in Source and Insert or Overlay.
It works the other way as well.
ie. Set 1 point in Program and two points in Source and Insert or Overlay.
Dont forget to target your tracks correctly .
Thanks for the response. I found that in the docs a while back but it didn't seem to work how you, and the help, described. But, I'll give it another shot!
I think 1) not adding an out point at all on my source helps, 2) making sure I still use Overlay, not insert, after setting my IN/OUT on the main sequence.
If you are "filling a space" in Program you would set one In point on Source and an In and Out on Program.
BTW- You can do many things with 3-point edits (they are flexible).
eg you could set and out point in source instead of an in point.
Overlay or Insert just depends on what you need. ie an overlay would usually Replace a clip section with a new one as marked.
Track Targetting adds to the power of 3 point edits.