Adobe document crashed?

New Here ,
Dec 15, 2020 Dec 15, 2020

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So I was drawing a few lines (fluid brush) in adobe animate in a big file. I realized my lines were really wonky and were all jagged. When I used the free transform tool and pressed the up and down button to move my object, it was wonky and moved in the opposite direction. I restarted my computer multiple times, but it didn't help. This time I opened up a fresh document. I used the free transform tool and the fluid brush. The lines worked, and the free transform tool worked. Now, I went to my big document and tested it out. The brush was still wonky and the free transform tool worked. How do I fix this?

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Dec 15, 2020 Dec 15, 2020

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Hi - are you on the latest version 21.0.1? If not please update it to the latest. The free transform issue when in edit multiple frame mode is fixed in the latest update.

 

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Mohan

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Yes, I am. 

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Hey Mohan, I just realized I accidentally forgot to turn off my camera layer. Sorry for the inconvenience!

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