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Inserting Blank Cells

Use the Insert Blank Cell option to place an empty cell between other cells. This is always done in Insert mode and pushes down existing exposure, even if you are set to Overwrite mode.

To insert blank cells:

1. In the Xsheet or Timeline view, select the cell where you want to insert a blank cell.

2. Do one of the following:
In the top menu, select Animation > Cell > Insert Blank Cell.
In Harmony Xsheet, select Selected > Insert Blank Cell.
Right-click on the selected cell and select Exposure > Insert Blank Cell.
Press [Shift] + [J].
Click the Insert Blank Cell button in the Timeline View and Xsheet View toolbars’ extra buttons.

The blank cell is inserted.

 

To clear a selected cell range without changing the exposure and timing:

1. In the Xsheet view, select the frame range to clear.

2. Right-click on the selected cells and select Clear.

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Filling Exposure