Selecting, moving, and copying motion tweens


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Selecting, moving, and copying motion tweens

Let's say you created a motion tween that you wanted to nest inside of a graphic symbol. In order to do that, you will need to know how to select and move and copy a motion tween. Fortunately, selecting and moving or copying motion tweens is actually pretty easy. You can select a motion tween by simply clicking on it in the timeline. Once you click on it, you select the whole motion tween span. You can then click and drag to move it around. This is pretty intuitive for working with a motion tween. Of course if you wanted to copy the motion tween, you could hold the Alt or Option key as you drag it and you can copy that tween say to another layer.

I am actually going to delete those last keyframes by selecting them and pressing Shift+F5 on the keyboard. Let's take this motion tween of the sun and put it inside of its own graphic symbol. So what I am going to do is select the span of frames by single clicking it. I am going to right click. I am going to choose Cut Frames. You will ...

Selecting, moving, and copying motion tweens
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Selecting, moving, and copying motion tweens provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash Professional CS5 Essential Training

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