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Noob question - is there next keyframe shortcut?

Valorous Hero ,
Jan 27, 2010 Jan 27, 2010

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I'm new to Flash and can't find if there is a way to get to the next/previous keyframe on a layer by using something faster than dragging the playhead.

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Community Beginner , Feb 12, 2012 Feb 12, 2012
Okay, here they are. Four commands. Select Next Keyframe on This LayerSelect Previous Keyframe on This LayerSelect Next Keyframe on Any LayerSelect Previous Keyframe on Any LayerDownload this zip file, unzip it, and copy the four JSFL files to your Commands folder. Where is your Commands folder? See the note under Create a Command on this page.At this point the commands will show up on your Commands menu, but to make them truly useful set up keyboard shortcuts for them. Enjoy!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 25, 2018 Apr 25, 2018

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Colin+Holgate  wrote

Any training videos are likely to be older than the feature we're talking about.

To add to Colin's comment: Adobe added the feature so you do not need a plug-in any more. This thread was started before that and is now obsolete.

All Adobe programs work the same on a MacOS or a Windows computer. the only difference with programs is due to OS differences.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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New Here ,
Nov 07, 2017 Nov 07, 2017

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It's really HELPFUL. Thank you so much.

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New Here ,
Jan 24, 2018 Jan 24, 2018

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ToddSlaughter​ Hi Todd, (or anyone in this forum) I'm a total novice to Adobe Animate and learning via a tutorial on Lynda which uses these command files but its for a PC and also for Adobe 2015. The instructor describes the file path as follows: "(look in) Animate CC 2015 then another folder called en_US then another folder called Configuration and then another folder called Commands." I did find most of the described path on my Mac, however there is no Command folder in the Configuration folder as he describes (and I did find another folder with the same name, one level up, but it also doesn't have the Command folder). Any suggestions?

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 30, 2018 Jan 30, 2018

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Hello, m3argaux, and welcome to Adobe Animate. I actually haven't used Animate in over a year, with most of my recent work being done in After Effects and Premiere. I don't even have Animate installed on my current machine, so I can't quickly test it, but it looks like Animate CC 2018 has built-in previous-keyframe and next-keyframe commands, so my code may be moot now. See the comment by Nipun Asthana above.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 31, 2018 Jan 31, 2018

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I can confirm that there now is a built in functionality to jump to the next or previous keyframe.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Community Beginner ,
Jul 15, 2019 Jul 15, 2019

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I looked in commands and keyboard shortcuts and can't find where this functionality is accessible. I was taking the same Lynda dot com course by Dermot O'Connor* (otherwise, great course!) as M3argaux, above, but that video was from years ago, so even though he doesn't talk about how to copy it into the Adobe library file on a MAC harddrive, I was hoping I would be able to just find the functionality in the Commands pulldown and the keyboard shortcuts kindly provided by Nipun Asthana

Alas, no luck yet.
Would love to know if anyone is still using Animate and happens to know how to access this functionality.

(Sounds like After Effects and Premiere are the move as soon as I can get up to speed...)

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 16, 2019 Jul 16, 2019

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This question has been asked 9 years ago and the solution provided is outdated because newer versions of Animate have the functionality built in.

After Effects is a different product and there are "still" users of animate, but I doubt that many of them export to flash as we now have html 5.

I'm locking this thread. If you have a problem with animate, please create a new thread and state your OS and version and the Animate version you are using and try to describe the problem as precise as possible.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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