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    Fusion 2.5+ Quickly Move to Child Event?

    I'm liking the changes to 2.5+ so far! Nice work, devs! I was wondering if there is a faster way to create child events for my existing programs without having to manually create them? So far the fastest way I've found so far is to create a child event, like Always, then drag and drop the other events over Always. Is there no way to drag and drop existing events in a way which creates it as a child event?

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    +1 on this, this is a neat feature to be added

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    Quote Originally Posted by CruddyBuddy View Post
    I'm liking the changes to 2.5+ so far! Nice work, devs! I was wondering if there is a faster way to create child events for my existing programs without having to manually create them? So far the fastest way I've found so far is to create a child event, like Always, then drag and drop the other events over Always. Is there no way to drag and drop existing events in a way which creates it as a child event?
    Yeah, that's what I did. Sometimes I do this just to create a new blank regular event if I'm copying events from other places.

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