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Sometimes I animate the properties of certain effects using keyframes. It's a really nice feature, but something has been bugging me about it. The Add/Remove keyframe button doesn't tell me whether or not the current frame is an existing keyframe.

Keyframe toggle

Am I missing something here? Is there a good way to find out whether or not the current frame is a keyframe for a certain property? I'm using Premiere Elements 10.

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The Help specifies how to view keyframes.

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I didn't know you could make them visible in the timeline. Still though, they should probably make that a toggle button. Thanks! – Pieter Mar 26 '12 at 15:43

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