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Subject: Re: FLASH: HELP... urgent F5 question! SOLVED
From: flasher ­Pascal
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 12:46:34 GMT

am 20.12.2000 0:03 Uhr schrieb Muzak unter muzakatpandora [dot] be:

> To move all the content in one scene, place the playhead in the first frame of
> that scene, select the 'edit multiple frames' button
> (just below the timeline); click the button next to it - modify onion markers
> - and select 'onion all'. Hit CTRL + A to select all
> content (make sure no layers are locked). You can now move all content at the
> same time.


Thanks muzak.. your solution did the job! .. the only problem is that is
doesn't work reliably!!.. meaning I have to click the stage first and select
all AND then select all in the timeline!.. just doing selcet all in the
timeline doesn't take everything (is that a bug? F5, Mac) even everything is
blackened.. well weird things happen..

Thanks all for the help!
pascal


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