Editing multiple frames


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Editing multiple frames

Often when working in Flash you may have to move an entire animation. Fortunately, this can be a simple process using the Edit Multiple Frames setting. So I am going to scrub the playhead to preview this animation and you'll see that there is a trash can on the bottom right. Now, that's actually its own element and its own animation on its own layer. But if you test the movie, you won't see that trash can until later on. Let's say I wanted to move it up and to the left so it would be right in the line of the skateboarder.

To do that, I am going to make sure I lock all the other layers. So I am going to Option+Click or Alt+Click the dot under thelock icon for the trash can layer. So, every other layers locked. Now I am going to click the Edit Multiple Frames button. That's the one with two blue squares at the bottom of the Timeline. Once you clicked that button, then you see a range of frames you have selected. So the range of frames is going to be whatever is in dark ...

Editing multiple frames
Video duration: 2m 9s 2h 13m Intermediate

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Editing multiple frames provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash Professional Power Shortcuts

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Web
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Flash Professional
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