Probably not the best answer, but you can still control that with a Classic Tween. personally I find the Motion editor to suck anyway. It's a very poor implimentation of movement.
Thank you, however it doesn't seem the Classic Tween. The group of frames aren't properly blue like with the Preset.
No one knows, then?
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If you have access to CS6, go back to it so that you have your motion editor again.
This really makes me laugh. Normally when you upgrade you should be able to do more things than with the past version.
I found a way (I post it in case it might help), I simply pick up a preset with a decrease speed or viceversa and then I simply edit it with the Subselection Tool... easier and quite faster.
Thanks for your help!
I don't know about the other applications offered as part of the CC package, but for Flash they eliminated a good amount of its preceding features. There's a somewhat complete list of it somewhere in this forum.
Yes, I found it. Another thing - the Bone Tool. They have right deleted what made Flash easier and better than other softwares. I read that they are considering again the idea to integrate again some of the old tools. I can just hope
Flash Pro CC 2014 (v 18.104.22.168) is now available for download via the Creative Cloud App.
We have included an all new Motion Editor along with several other new features with this release of Flash Pro. The new Motion Editor is completely redesigned, intuitive and easy to use while preserving the core functionalities and backward compatibility with Flash CS6
To Invoke the Motion Editor, simply Double-Click on your Motion Tween span on Timeline (or Right-Click and select 'Refine Motion') and the Motion Editor opens up in-context in the Timeline itself. Double-Click again to collapse once you have made your adjustments.
Complete list of New features in Flash Pro CC 2014 is available at these links: