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8th February, 2007 at 05:28:43 -

I am using MMF 1.5 but will probably be upgrading to MMF 2.0 very soon. I have not been able to figure out how to copy and paste frames. Although I have seen no instructions on the subject I am guessing it can be done. However, after doing what I think is copying the frame I can't find where it should be pasted. The paste option is either greyed out or nonexistent. Could someone please give me SPECIFIC instructions for copying and pasting entire frames, what window needs to beopen, where the info needs to be pasted into, etc.

Thanks in advance for your help.



 
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8th February, 2007 at 05:41:43 -

Yeah, I seem to remember copying frames being kind of broken. Right click a frame and hit 'clone' (or whatever it's called) instead. You'll then have two copies of the frame, and you can drag the new one to wherever it needs to go.

 
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8th February, 2007 at 06:09:01 -

Copying and Pasting frames in the Storyboard Editor does work... sometimes. What Radix said though rings true if you're making smallish applications. If your application has a huge number of frames though (say, 50 frames at least), then it will be less convenient, as you'll have to drag the frame through the rest of them.

 
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8th February, 2007 at 07:31:09 -

I've never had any problems with copy/pasting frames in the storyboard editor.

 
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8th February, 2007 at 13:39:31 -

Funny. I've never even used copy and paste, I always use cloning

 
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8th February, 2007 at 14:08:40 -

Wait, is this frames in the storyboard, or frames of an animation?
If you're talking animation frames, you might have to choose copy several times before trying paste, dunno why, but thats how it is.

 
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