OK, maybe this is how it’s supposed to be but I do not see this as helpful.
If I have, for example, three WAVE EXPANDED tracks up of the same acoustic guitar from three different mics, and I find a place in the track, say 40 bars in, that I want to edit. If I want to look at each individual track - in the exact same place - I would think that I could typically go to my arrows keys and just arrow up or down. Doing this I would first of all think that the zoom would follow the track I had moved to via the arrow keys - and it does, great - but my bar view changes. In this case in fact, it drops back to bar 9 or so. Understood? I am looking at the region of my track at the bar 40 position, and I hit my arrow key to move to the next track and my view of bar 40 reverts to the bar 9 area?
…Which means I have to move my view back to the bar 40 region by dragging the window slider button at the bottom of my project.
If I use the mouse, of course, and just click on the next track, the view window stays where it is.
Is this typical? Have I not clicked on something in my Pref tab? Are the arrow keys not meant to be used when your tracks are expanded?