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I would like to make many linked copies of a strip. This strip controls the eye blinking. When I press Alt+D, it creates a new NLA track for the new copied strip.

This will end up having a new track whenever the character blinks lol

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    $\begingroup$ yes, it doesn't seem logic, but you can bring back the strip on the right track then delete the new created track, or, other solution, press shift A to add the action on its own track $\endgroup$
    – moonboots
    Commented Oct 4, 2019 at 12:04
  • $\begingroup$ Hi, moonboots I love you answering my questions :) Thank you so much. I would be happy to give you the best answer so please write them as answers :) $\endgroup$ Commented Oct 4, 2019 at 12:27

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Yes, maybe I miss something but it doesn't seem logical, maybe it's worth a report to Blender developers? That said, you can either:

  • Duplicate one or several times your strip, it will create one new track but you can delete it later (put your cursor over the track's name and press X).

  • Put your cursor where you want to create a copy of your strip and press ShitA > Strip Name, but it won't keep all the edits you could have made in the NLA "N" panel.

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There is an option to duplicate the Nla action strip with the "Repeat" option in the same track.

Simply select the Nla Strip --> Select Strip Tab (Properties Panel) -> Action Panel->Repeat

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