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Cant't copy, move, loop motion clips on Timeline?

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Hi all
I can't move clips in the timeline, nor copy them, paste or loop a motions clip for instance. I have the standard version. Is this normal? How< can I make a characrer move, walk longer if I cannot loop the motion clip? Please help
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How< can I make a characrer move, walk longer

Update to pro Version , for to get  a timeline with tracks and much more Options,    Cool
or drag  the clip onto the figure again again again ... manually in the Standard Version Rolleyes




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On the time line menu you can click loop or speed, 
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/dd10890f-d01d-4d88-bec0-443.jpeg

Move your mouse over the end of the green animation timeline, click hold, drag it to the left or right this will extend loop or shorten the animation.
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/7304177b-e727-4641-b9be-773.jpeg


click on the end of the green animation timeline, a dubble arrow will show up allowing you to drag left or right , drag it out and it will extend your animation for as long as you want. You can drag it all the way to the end of the timeline. adjusting this allows alot of control over animation length and the speed of the animation.



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Thank you
I should have purchased the pro version right away. Just bought the standard a week ago
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Thank you but you seem to have the Pro version.



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