At 04:32 PM 9/28/03 -0400, you wrote:
>That did it - thank you.
There is an interesting piece of information here that you may not know
about. When you have the left clipbook panel showing and you want to add
or edit clips, you can open the clip editor on the clip you want to edit by
right-clicking on the clip name and selecting "Edit Clip" from the drop
down menu. When you press F4 to close the panel, it also closes the clip
editor. Sometimes you might want to keep the clip editor open and close
the left panel so you have more edit space to see your code but again,
pressing F4 does not just close the left panel but also closes the clip
editor window as well. How can you overcome this? Very easily.
Right-Click on the left panel and select "Hide Clipbook". This hides the
clipbook but does not close it as F4 or selecting "Close Clipbook" will do
and so your clip editor will stay visible and you can continue editing your
clip full screen. When you are done, you can save the clip and then press
Shift+Ctrl+E to close the clip editor window.