How can I drag cells across a timeline without automatically adding exposure?

Is there any way I can move a cell across a timeline without having it automatically add exposure at the end?

The problem is that whenever I drag a cell to another place on a timeline on the same layer, it automatically adds exposure all the way up to the next cell for some reason.

I only wish to simply move the cell to a new place.

I’ve tried adjusting the preferences and looking for help on the website, but nothing seems to work.

I would greatly appreciate any help Smile

I am using Toon Boom Harmony Essentials ver. 15.0.5

(Screenshots of Before and After moving cells on Timeline)

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Hi Kuramations

It depends on the direction toward which you drag your exposure key to
From right to left it fills the gap with exposure


From Left to right it only moves the exposure key. although you can fill it afterward by pressing F5


From Right to left, the only way i found to move the exposure key without filling the gap is to cut and paste the key.