@larrydeluca Thanks for sharing, don’t worry about the upload speed
It is indeed weird that you cannot hear the sound through the editor, but you can on the exported movie I have Windows 10 Pro v1909 and it is unfortunate that i’m not able to reproduce this problem right now. Hopefully with your files i’ll be able to assist the devs.
Aside from the present issues mentioned by Scribblemaniac, regarding the reason as to why sound is still not working in-editor. As a very specific check, could you take a look at the sound mixer on the taskbar notification area as well as your sound card or video card (if using HDMI) driver configuration settings to see if Pencil2D sound channels are possibly muted?
Regarding the vector layer, this feature is unfortunately broken right now; a work in progress, so we don’t recommend using it for the time being. It will be taken care of once the brush engine is replaced with a new implementation that’s under development.
Selections in general for both bitmap and vector, have an issue related to the compositional overlays which visually relocate their position on screen as you’ve described, if you turn them off (all of them) this behavior does not appear. This has been reported and will be fixed soon (I hope )
Lastly, I’m afraid this sound issue might not be a quick fix since we have to investigate the problem in depth to rule out internal problems, and then try more experimental solutions in case the problem lies in either Windows, or your specific system
With that said if you’re in need for a way to continue your work meanwhile we figure this out, please take a look at our alternative animation software list to try out other applications that can complement or replace Pencil2D in terms of functionality I only mention this to hopefully help you finish the work you’re doing or in case you’re in need of a speedy solution