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

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

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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.