I'm working with Flash CS5 and a Wacom Intuos3 tablet. In my first time working with CS5, I set up my hotkeys on the tablet to what I normally have when I'm doing frame-by-frame animation in Flash. I have one button set to F6, which used to add a keyframe wherever my playhead was on the timeline. What I prefer to do is scrub to where I want the next frame using my scroll/strip and just hit the F6 button where I want a new keyframe. But in CS5, what's happening is it's not adding any keyframes at all, but instead moving my playhead back to the last keyframe I edited. What's going on? I can't even scroll to where I want and add a keyframe without physically clicking the frame itself and THEN pressing F6.
Am I missing a setting/shortcut?
hotkeys can be assigned in different panels. so, if you're in one panel and hit a hotkey, that command will executed.
if you want F6 to add a keyframe no matter what panel you're in, make sure there's no other panel that has F6 assigned.