Chienworks wrote on 5/28/2008, 8:06 PM
You've got all the tracks selected. Press Shift-Ctrl-A to deselect everything. Then select just the one track you want to work on.
tas9195 wrote on 5/29/2008, 3:44 PM
No that wasn't it, it doesn't matter what I try it performs the same operation on each track, for instance I opened a text for each track and when I try to make one transparent by dragging the line down on the track (not sure what it is technically called) it does it to the other tracks as well. I have no idea what I clicked on but it is driving me nuts
baysidebas wrote on 5/29/2008, 4:04 PM
Did you perhaps group all the the affected tracks?
johnmeyer wrote on 5/29/2008, 4:17 PM
Are you sure you don't have multiple tracks selected? If you click on one track header (where all the controls are located to the left of the track) it should select that one track header and simultaneously un-select all the other tracks.
tas9195 wrote on 5/29/2008, 4:22 PM
I still don't exactly know how I did that in the first place but somehow just messing around I fixed it. I guess one day it will click how I did that. Thanks for the help guys