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Sometimes when you create an animation you may want to reverse it. In this movie we will look at how to do that. I am going to test my application in the Flash Player to show you what it looks like. Notice that every thing is moving to the right, except for the hills in the front, which are moving to the left. So this looks a little bit awkward. I am going to fix it by reversing the frames. So to reverse the animation all I have to do is right-click my tween in the timeline and then scroll down in the menu that pops up and choose Reverse Keyframes.
Animation is then reversed. I can test the movie in the Flash Player and see that the problem is solved. So if you ever want to reverse an animation, just right-click the animation and choose Reverse Keyframes.
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