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If I understand the situation, try putting a blank keyframe where you want things to stop. If I don't, then I missed it.
You can also remove frames (select the frames, right click, remove frames)
Well, that fixed it. But is there a way to prevent this from happening? It isn't too much of a hassle to remove the frames, as i see i can do now, but over the long haul it would save me time if i didn't have to go in and do this every time.
Or maybe if i ask a different way--
If i make a keyframe at frame 1, and in layer 2, at frame 30--how come some of my layers decided to stay within one frame, but others decided to take up multiple frames?
PS, thank you
In answer to your last question, when you create a new layer, its frames always extend to the length of the longest set of frames that currently exist. So when you created your h/p/dsn and home/port layers, they extended to 30 frames, because your contact layer had 30 frames in it. When you created the bio and home layers, however, the contact layer wasn't there, so they only got one or two frames.
(Aren't you glad computers do so much thinking for us?)
Yeah, so the moral of the story is... know exactly what you need to design before you design it and you won't have this issue to deal with.... I haven't figured how to do that yet though... my timeline/stage is my canvas--eraser included.