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Offline hattg

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Re: Selecting stacked effects
« Reply #15 on: June 13, 2017, 10:48:30 PM »
Ok sure you could create a layer and move one of the effects.  I didn't tie together all the replies.  I thought hattg was saying he was going to create a new layer before the import and that would fix things.
No, I was going to add the other layer in the sequence after is has been imported. I ended up doing that, deleting the effects one at a time (there were a few stacked on some of them, not just two), pasted them in the new layers, until I was able to get the effect I expected.

Thanks to all for the input. Still new at all this, so was glad to see it wasn't me!

Offline Phrog30

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Re: Selecting stacked effects
« Reply #16 on: June 14, 2017, 11:23:49 AM »
Fixed it for the SuperStar import.  I noticed the only effects that had an overlap were Fan effects so that pointed me right to where to look.  Turned out I was calling the function to get an open layer a little too early for the Spiral and Fan effects from SuperStar because they both have tails that bleed past their endpoints.  So I have to wait until I calculate the extended time I have to add on to the end.
Thank you Gil. I guess what I sent made sense? We all appreciate your work.

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