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keyframes and tweens [ANSWER]

Posted: Fri, 22nd Jun 2007, 10:16pm

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soupinabox

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how do you
A) copy frames?
and
B) remove tweens?

thank you
Posted: Mon, 25th Jun 2007, 5:12am

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Axeman

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To copy frames, you click and drag over them to select them, and then right-click and select Copy keyframes. The programw ants to know exactly which frames to copy, so you have to drag through the section containing the individual keyframes for each attribue, not through the main bar for the element on the timeline. In other wods, untwirl the arrow to see all the tkeyframes, and select them at the lowest level.

You don't actually remove tweens, depending on what exactly you are trying to achieve, there are a coule techniques that could be used to control tweening. Let us know what exactly you are trying to do, and we'll get you sorted.