tween and new keyframe problem.

I am a beginner in flash and I am playing with creating simple animation.  My problem is that on particualr layers if I insert a new keyframe after a tween, it makeys the area between that keyframe and tween a part of said tween, and on some it doesnt.  What controls it? I have this layer in which I can't have it become a part of tween, and it does.  How do I un-attach it?

Kejtar
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JaymolConnect With a Mentor Commented:
It depends where you have the motion.  If you have it before a keyframe, the keyframe has no tweening on it.  If you create a keyframe within a tween, it cuts the tween there, but continues (if you get what I mean.)  If you have the tween on a keyframe and then make another keyframe later, it will carry the tween up to that.

If you want to get rid of tweens, highlight all the frames that you wish to rid of it and set tweening to "none".

Really, if you want to add tweens of any sort, create the keyframes and then put the tweening in afterwards.  It's the easiest way to do it without getting swamped in silly tweening that you don't want.

Let me know if you need more help,

John.
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rootdirCommented:
Kejtar,

  I am trying to guess here what is happning at your end, After creating keyframe you double clicked on it. Then flash popup "frame panel" then sometime you are selecting tween or sometimes not.

or after creating keyframe you right clicked on it and selected 'create motion tween'.

  Whenever you wanted to get rid of tween on keyframe either double click or press 'ctrl+f' this will popup frame panel then set tweening to 'none'. And if you want tween then select tween type 'motion' or 'shape'.

Cheers
RootDir
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KejtarAuthor Commented:
Can't believe that I missed it......
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JaymolCommented:
Glad to have helped mate.

John.
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