Chienworks wrote on 11/29/2015, 10:21 PM
Click on either one and press U to "ungroup". You can then slide one around without the other following, or delete one and the other remains. Is that what you're after?
Dexcon wrote on 11/30/2015, 3:59 AM
... and to re-link them, highlight the clips you want to group together and press G.

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rraud wrote on 12/1/2015, 9:28 AM
Another option to temporarily ungroup events; "Options> Ignore Event Grouping" (short cuts: Ctrl+Shift+U or click icon in toolbar) or... assign your own keyboard shortcut in "Options> Customize Keyboard".