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Help please!! I have looked for the last couple days in the user manual but cant find it.
I need to change the time line display. Right now the Time Lines displays ascending numbers, starting off at "0" and going up. I would like the Time Lines to display "seconds and minutes"

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Maybe I am not explaining it correctly.
In Final Cut, I might be asking about the "Ruler" display in the Time Line. Does any one know how to change the display from numbers that start at the number "0" and go up from there? I would like the "Ruler" to display Seconds and Minutes.

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Hello again, just wanted to see if anyone was interested in the answer because I have finally found it after searching the Final Cut Express Manual for the last four days.

If you want your "Ruler" in the "Time Line" to display
Seconds and Minutes:
You have to click on the project tab in the "browser", then click "edit", and the click on "Project Properties...." Then in the pop-up window make sure "Time Display" is set on "Timecode", then put a "check mark" in the box next to "Reset Time Display" then click ok.

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