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I did use multiple frames, and you can always see the previous frames after the playback is done and when you're on the last frame.

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You're pressing Insert Keyframe (F6) instead of Insert Blank Keyframe (F7).

And for future reference, descriptive thread titles are good. "Help meeeeeee" is not a good thread title. It is a super annoying thread title.

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Multiple frames problem

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I did use multiple frames, and you can always see the previous frames after the playback is done and when you're on the last frame.

Message was edited by: João César de Lima | Reason: title was not descriptive

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Correct answer by ClayUUID | Adobe Community Professional

You're pressing Insert Keyframe (F6) instead of Insert Blank Keyframe (F7).

And for future reference, descriptive thread titles are good. "Help meeeeeee" is not a good thread title. It is a super annoying thread title.

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There could be several reasons for this but in general, when you want the previous drawings to not be seen in the next frame, you need to 1st create a bank frame after the current frame and then draw in the new frame and so on.

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You're pressing Insert Keyframe (F6) instead of Insert Blank Keyframe (F7).

And for future reference, descriptive thread titles are good. "Help meeeeeee" is not a good thread title. It is a super annoying thread title.

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Good idea to mention the shortcuts!

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As others have mentioned, if you hit F6 to convert an existing frame that already has artwork, then you are essentially creating a duplicate of that artwork in the next key frame. So now you are simply drawing on top of a drawing for every keyframe. Turn on Onionskin and use F7 to insert BLANK keyframes in the subsequent frames.

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