--- Comment #2 from YEK <> ---

Merci beaucoup for your extremely prompt and very helpful reply. In a nutshell,
yes, by installing Kdenlive version 16.08.1 the bug in this issue no longer
appears :)

Specifically, I uninstalled Kdenlive Version 16.04.3 using the Synaptic Package
Manager. Then I installed Kdenlive 16.08.1 using PPA: Then I too failed to reproduce this bug using
Kdenlive version 16.08.1

The very first time I opened a file in  Kdenlive 16.08.1 it crashed a second or
two after I began playing a file. I though, "Uh, oh. Here we go again." But
then I reopened the same file and then a few others and had no problems during
roughly one minute of very quick testing.

One of the glitches I alluded to above no longer occurs. (It had to do with
moving a clip that had, had a speed effect applied to it). I will let you know
if the other very occasional glitch I alluded to above occurs.

Also, Kdenlive 16.08.1 addressed many of the user interface design suggestions
I had alluded to above. But not all of them. I still have a handful of user
interface design suggestions. They might seem trivial to you guys, but I find
them irksome. 

Also, I suppose that Kdenlive would attract many new users if it had a "novice
mode" which contained far fewer options. (You might think of this as merely
graying out many of the current options although I would suggest they would be
actually be removed). Getting up to speed on Kdenlive was a hassle for me. It
could have been *much* easier.


Design for the Novice, Configure for the Pro


The Paradox of Choice

If you want me to elucidate any or all of the above ideas please let me know.



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