4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 6, 2016 7:58 AM by YUVIB

    Animate CC - Extensions Issues

    YUVIB

      Hey everybody,  my name is yuval, im an animator.

       

      There are several extensions that i got in CS3 and have to find them for Animate CC in order to start working.

       

       

      * "New Anim Clip"

       

      * "Replace Library names" (for all the chosen objects in the library together at once)

       

      * "go to frame"  (less important)

       

       

      is anyone knows where can i find them, or maybe some of them are built in "animate CC" already?

       

       

      thanks

        • 1. Re: Animate CC - Extensions Issues
          just.emma Level 4

          Found this through a quick Google search: Flash Extensions

           

          If they work in Flash CC I assume they will probably still work in Animate CC.

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          • 2. Re: Animate CC - Extensions Issues
            YUVIB Level 1

            Hey, thank u for your reply.

             

            I found the monkey site quickly as well,  the specific extension I was looking for is not working – "libapend" – replace library names at once.

             

            I thought u will come out with more professional solution.. something that is related to adobe maybe.

             

            I will be thankful if u can help me, i moved to "flash professional 2015" instead of "animate cc" but I still cannot work until I have this extension.  Thank you

            • 3. Re: Animate CC - Extensions Issues
              just.emma Level 4

              Can't you just use Find and Replace?

               

              To find and replace symbols, search for a symbol by name. Replace a symbol with another symbol of any type—movie clip, button, or graphic.

               

              • Select Edit > Find and Replace.

                 

              • Select Symbol from the For pop‑up menu.

                 

              • For Name, select a name from the pop‑up menu.

                 

              • Under Replace With, for Name select a name from the pop‑up menu.

                 

              • To select the next occurrence of the specified symbol on the Stage and edit it in place, select Live Edit.

                 

                Note: Only the next occurrence is selected for editing, even if you select Find All in the next step.

                 

              • To find a symbol, do one of the following:

                 

                • To find the next occurrence of the specified symbol, click Find Next.
                • To find all occurrences of the specified symbol, click Find All.
              • To replace a symbol, do one of the following:

                 

                • To replace the currently selected occurrence of the specified symbol, click Replace.
                • To replace all occurrences of the specified symbol, click Replace All.
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              • 4. Re: Animate CC - Extensions Issues
                YUVIB Level 1

                First, I didn’t know about this feature, so thank u for that (I was wondering and asking the support team also if there is an inside feature which replace the extension I was looking for).

                 

                let me take a second look on this one,  at the first look I'm not sure it solves my problem but I will come back to u on this one..

                 

                 

                and while we are on the subject, I'm looking for "goto frame" (not action script and stuff), only picking a number and the scroller of the timeline will jump right to this frame.

                 

                And one more thing,  as you know- double click on the symbol takes you inside it on the same frame, so what I want is- that I will be able to click on the timeline and by pressing a shortcut, it will take me inside on the same frame I was at. (did I explain it well?)

                 

                thank u for your time, its appreciated.