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just below your main timeline (near frame 10) is an icon (edit multiple frames). click it. spread the start onion skins/end onion skin markers across your timeline. you can now select everything on the main timeline in all the keyframes at one time and move them all the same amount so they appear in a more suitable position.
This seem to be helping, i will report back
Got it working, my problem now is... But now i can't export as .mov
is there an error message explaining the problem?
Nope, it just stays on 'Recording Flash Content' forever
I am just gonna export as .avi! I lose some details but i can't be arsed with this anymore!
I tagged your first answer as "Helpfull", but it fixed my problems, so i am gonna give your other reply another tag!
Have a nice day, and thank you!
I had a similar problem today. After some experimentation I discovered the following:
- I had only one timeline. So far, no problem.
- I had several layers in the timeline, all with content on them.
- I had a topmost layer - actions. It had a stop(); command at frame 450.
- One of my content layers had content up to frame 457
You can see it coming, right?
I deleted all frames in the timeline after frame 450, and Flash exported no problem.