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'Edit Multiple Frames' Function Doesn't Work

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Jun 26, 2019

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At least not as I hoped it would. I've created a basic walk cycle and would like to change the WHOLE cycle's position on the page. It's across multiple layers ('head', 'arms', 'body'), which I have grouped.

The problem is, even though I have followed the instructions as given here: ( How to move an entire animation at once ), the silly thing only moves a single frame of one layer when I try to reorientate the whole animation.

Can anyone suggest what I am doing wrong?

Hi mate,

1. Unlock the layers you need to modify

2. Define the range with the markers

3. Use Select All from the menu or press Ctrl+A to actually select the stuff

4. Move

Most likely you have missed step 3.

Hope this helps!

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'Edit Multiple Frames' Function Doesn't Work

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At least not as I hoped it would. I've created a basic walk cycle and would like to change the WHOLE cycle's position on the page. It's across multiple layers ('head', 'arms', 'body'), which I have grouped.

The problem is, even though I have followed the instructions as given here: ( How to move an entire animation at once ), the silly thing only moves a single frame of one layer when I try to reorientate the whole animation.

Can anyone suggest what I am doing wrong?

Hi mate,

1. Unlock the layers you need to modify

2. Define the range with the markers

3. Use Select All from the menu or press Ctrl+A to actually select the stuff

4. Move

Most likely you have missed step 3.

Hope this helps!

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Hi mate,

1. Unlock the layers you need to modify

2. Define the range with the markers

3. Use Select All from the menu or press Ctrl+A to actually select the stuff

4. Move

Most likely you have missed step 3.

Hope this helps!

- Nick: Character designer and animator, Flash user since 1998
Member of Flanimate Power Tools team - extensions for character animation

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