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Motion tween won't move horizontally pass a certain point?

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Jan 23, 2020

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So I'm trying to make an animation where the subject is moving very fast and I have the shot so that the subject is stationary while the background moves horizontally. The background is a really wide symbol I drew and I'm trying to use a motion tween to make it move from the very left to the very right. However, I can only drag it so far left before it just snaps back to a certain point somewhere in the middle and I can't make it move further. How can I make it so that the symbol moves from the left end and goes all the way to the right?

Hi mate,

 

Did you try to do it in multiple passes while dragging?

Maybe try Shift+Arrow key while you're zoomed out.

Or numeric input from the keyboard in Info or Properties.

 

Use Classic Tweens instead of Motion. Motion are very unpleasant to deal with.

 

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Motion tween won't move horizontally pass a certain point?

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So I'm trying to make an animation where the subject is moving very fast and I have the shot so that the subject is stationary while the background moves horizontally. The background is a really wide symbol I drew and I'm trying to use a motion tween to make it move from the very left to the very right. However, I can only drag it so far left before it just snaps back to a certain point somewhere in the middle and I can't make it move further. How can I make it so that the symbol moves from the left end and goes all the way to the right?

Hi mate,

 

Did you try to do it in multiple passes while dragging?

Maybe try Shift+Arrow key while you're zoomed out.

Or numeric input from the keyboard in Info or Properties.

 

Use Classic Tweens instead of Motion. Motion are very unpleasant to deal with.

 

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Hi mate,

 

Did you try to do it in multiple passes while dragging?

Maybe try Shift+Arrow key while you're zoomed out.

Or numeric input from the keyboard in Info or Properties.

 

Use Classic Tweens instead of Motion. Motion are very unpleasant to deal with.

 

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

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Classic tweens are working, thanks for the help!

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