So, this is either so simple that it is a RTFL problem, or so complex that no one knows of a clever technique?
I'm also hunting for the answer to this one
Select a bunch of frames in the timeline/ or a tween - how do you know how many frames you have?
(apart from manually counting)
or is it simply that you can't get this info?
a quick yes or no would save a whole bunch of net/forum trawling
Have i missed the obvious?
or is Flash lacking in such a basic item of information for a timeline based app?
OK - I can only assume this feature is missing from Flash CS4 - still no confirmation?
thought this was the place to ask this sort of question?
PS - suggest features for timeline
show frames selected - either time or frame count
scale selected timeline/frames - by factor
transform - takes nearest tween start and end and moves those keyframes to selected keyframes (ie shrink/expand tween)
move selected timeline - shorter than copy paste
trim after selected
trim before selected
apply ease to multiple selected
Thanks for confirmation
have posted all items above on feature request form
Guys, I've just released a JSFL commands package, includes a Frames Selection Report command, it generates report for number of selected frames in timeline.
free download here
for more information
hopefully it helps.