Shape not filling color

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When I change fill color of one shape in Animate, it refuses to change color even though the panel thingy indicates it did. It is in motion tween

 

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Adobe Community Professional , May 19, 2020 May 19, 2020
Double-click the symbol being tweened and change the color to the original asset. Another option is to select the instance of the symbol and clor tint it.

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there's not enough information to determine what you're doing.  eg, are you trying to tween a shape's color?

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I'm just trying to change its color, that's all. Something isn't allowing me to, I don't know what it is. It indicates on the side that the color changed, but it didn't. The object selected was that shape, not a different one.

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Double-click the symbol being tweened and change the color to the original asset. Another option is to select the instance of the symbol and clor tint it.

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