So far, I love Hype—except for this one thing I haven’t found a way to prevent:
I am also having the same issue. I’m not sure what Daniel suggested really applies to the issue the OP is having—I don’t think the OP’s issue is about the position when copied/pasted.
I have elements that are animated to stage center—coming from outside the stage While these elements are selected and the animation is scrubbed, the view center will follow them—resulting in the stage view moving all over the place and not remaining centered where I’d like it (because this is what would be seen in a browser. I’d much prefer to keep my stage view where I have it, rather than have the center follow the element that is moving.)
Currently, I will have the stage centered in my preview window, I will scrub the timeline, and my focal point (view center) will move all over the window to center the active element. This can be very frustrating while adjusting animation to visualize how a scene will look in-browser.
Even an option to lock the view to a specific area or “not center on active element” would be a huge improvement to the UX, IMO.