Copy & paste without 130 msec shift?

Hi, is there a way to copy and paste a track without the -130 msec shift?

I have recorded several dozen tracks. I want to do some work on them without changing the original. So I copied one, and pasted it as a new track, however found it was now shifted forward 130 msec. I realized the original track had a couple arrows ← at the beginning, which gave me a clue, and realized that Audacity automatically shifts tracks -130 msec on stopping recording. (This can be changed in the settings.)

I want an exact copy of these tracks. But the -130 msec shift is removed when you copy and paste it. I could manually delete 130 msec from the start of the copy, but that seems inexact, and time consuming given the dozens of tracks I have.

Is there some way to copy and paste a track that has that -130 msec shift and get an exact copy with the same shifting, in one action?

Please avoid posting duplicate topics.
For general questions like this, please post to the forum board that matches your operating system - in your case, the Windows board.
Your previous topic is here:

I’ll close this topic to avoid dualling confusion :wink: