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Community Beginner ,
Nov 25, 2020

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Hello,

I'm a beginner and I made an animation. I would like to know, if it's possible to erase the previous actions in a previous frame?

I give you an example. I don't want my actions with same buttons on frame 50 to impact my actions on same buttons on frame 51. And vice versa.

Currently, I'm using a trick as I create a new button on each frame for the same design.

Have you got a solution?

Best regards.

Willy

 

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JosephLabrecque Adobe Community Professional , Nov 25, 2020
Sure - give each set of buttons unique instance names. 

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Sure - give each set of buttons unique instance names. 

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Ok. Thank you Joseph Labrecque. I'll do that.

 

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Willy

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I have the same problem. I made a mistake but I don't find it.

I wrote this in  actions Frame 1.

var root = this;
var _this = this;

_this.stop();

this.bouton1.addEventListener("click", f2_vanne2.bind(this));
this.bouton2.addEventListener("click", f2_vanne_21.bind(this));

function f2_vanne2()
{
root.trait1.rotation+=15;
}


function f2_vanne_21()
{
root.trait2.rotation+=30;
}

this.bouton3.addEventListener("click", frame1.bind(this));

function frame1()
{
root.gotoAndStop(1);
}

 

And I wrote this in actions Frame 2:

 

var root = this;
var _this = this;

_this.stop();

this.bouton4.addEventListener("click", f4_vanne3.bind(this));
this.bouton5.addEventListener("click", f4_vanne_31.bind(this));

function f4_vanne3()
{
root.trait1.rotation+=90;
}

function f4_vanne_31()
{
root.trait2.rotation+=90;
}


this.bouton6.addEventListener("click", frame2.bind(this));

function frame2()
{
root.gotoAndStop(0);
}

 

The problem is why I can still action bouton 1 and 2 in Frame 2?

 

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I have just started with adobe animate but don't know where the onion skin button is , can someone please help me.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 21, 2021

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The menu items are in the Control, Timeline submenu, and the buttons are just above the timeline, if you are on the current version of Animate.

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