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How do you make frames play automatically in the timeline without the use of buttons?

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I have a range of scenes that I imported to the stage as an image sequence, and they are now on the timeline. Some of the scenes need to be accessible by the use of buttons, however some scenes need to play automatically after one another without the user needing to click anything. I added the 'stop at this frame' action in order to get it to play in the 'debug' preview mode, however this doesn't seem to work; is there any other way of getting this to work?

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adding code (eg, a stop() )will stop play of a timeline.  otherwise,, in the absence of code to stop a timeline, a timeline will play.   eg, by default, timeline's (including the main one with different scenes) will play from frame 1 of the first scene to the last frame of the last scene.

if a timeline's been stopped, executing a play() will restart play of the stopped timeline.

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How do you make frames play automatically in the timeline without the use of buttons?

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I have a range of scenes that I imported to the stage as an image sequence, and they are now on the timeline. Some of the scenes need to be accessible by the use of buttons, however some scenes need to play automatically after one another without the user needing to click anything. I added the 'stop at this frame' action in order to get it to play in the 'debug' preview mode, however this doesn't seem to work; is there any other way of getting this to work?

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Correct answer by kglad | Adobe Community Professional

adding code (eg, a stop() )will stop play of a timeline.  otherwise,, in the absence of code to stop a timeline, a timeline will play.   eg, by default, timeline's (including the main one with different scenes) will play from frame 1 of the first scene to the last frame of the last scene.

if a timeline's been stopped, executing a play() will restart play of the stopped timeline.

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adding code (eg, a stop() )will stop play of a timeline.  otherwise,, in the absence of code to stop a timeline, a timeline will play.   eg, by default, timeline's (including the main one with different scenes) will play from frame 1 of the first scene to the last frame of the last scene.

if a timeline's been stopped, executing a play() will restart play of the stopped timeline.

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