Rachfan wrote:Yeah, that was a pretty primitive edit I made there! I couldn't discover how to enlarge the view of the spot being edited to get a more precise sense of its boundaries. So I "operated" using the normal view which had a cost in terms of precision.
Zooming in is the very first thing you must learn to do when using an editor, so that you can cut with surgical precision. It can't be done with any chance of success otherwise. It should be easy to zoom in, search your help function. Something like shift-right arrow maybe.
Rachfan wrote:Hopefully I won't have to tangle with edits again for a long while.
I hope you will Because an odious page turn is really distracting and off-putting, and can spoil an entire recording.