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Yes. It's possible I'm not reading the situation correctly, but if I am, it may be as simple as using the Paste in Place option.
If that doesn't result as you hoped, what you may need to do is write down the x/y coordinates in the level your copying from, and after pasting the object into its new home you'd have to manually enter those same coordinates in the properties panel.
> Yes, what have you tried that doesn't work... it's possible I'm not reading the situation correctly.
Take a clip from the main timeline (_level0) ctrl+c
go inside another clip, in the middle of the stage
and press ctrl+shift+v
The copied clip have the same offset as in _leven0 plus the position of
the clip where the paste-timeline lies. I want flash to automaticly
calculate that difference. I guess it is not possible but maybe...
ya its possible, did it before!
> ya its possible, did it before!
ctrl+v places it in the middle
ctrl+shift+v puts it on the same coordinates, whisout shifting the
position from the parent clip.
but how correct this automaticly?