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I have a couple of questions:

Is there a way to migrate a show from a Win. 7 machine to a Win. 10 with a different SSD/HDD configuration, without having to relink all files?

Second

I have files in Media window that I cannot find in Main Timeline, nested in any compositions nor in Task window, however when I try to remove/delete it prompts that it is in use? Using a “reverse” Ctrl+F would be handy to find these elusive “in use” bugs.

And more of a request than a question for mapping a more organic way to select neighbors, Say like weight painting, drawing a shape and increasing or decreasing the neighbor influence while moving a shape?

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might have been better to use separate topics. as for the first two ...

10 minutes ago, cdallas said:

I have a couple of questions:

Is there a way to migrate a show from a Win. 7 machine to a Win. 10 with a different SSD/HDD configuration, without having to relink all files?

Absolutely. That is exactly what the File menu command Consolidate To does.

10 minutes ago, cdallas said:

Second

I have files in Media window that I cannot find in Main Timeline, nested in any compositions nor in Task window, however when I try to remove/delete it prompts that it is in use? Using a “reverse” Ctrl+F would be handy to find these elusive “in use” bugs.

Selected media is in use and can not be removed

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