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Have you noticed the new button located next to the linking and snapping buttons yet in the new Final Cut Pro 7?  It's a new toggle for Ripple Sequence Markers.  By default, sequence markers ripple after any ripple edit or insert edit.  After an insert edit, any sequence markers after the insertion point ripple downstream.  After a ripple delete, any sequence markers after the last deleted frame ripple upstream.  You can turn on or off the Ripple Sequence Markers by selecting the new button or deselecting it in the Timeline button bar.

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Before this feature, your sequence markers were fixed on your timeline, so when you deleted part of a clip and closed the gap, your markers wouldn't move with it; kind of a pain; but now with the new option, your markers will ripple when cutting or trimming in your timeline.

Another interesting feature we've noticed about the new markers is now you can move your markers in your sequence by simply Command-Clicking on them and moving them to a new position.  Pretty Cool!

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