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Ending a Motion Tween

When you use the Create Motion Tween command as described in the first exercise of this chapter, the final frame (Keyframe 10) has tween status. If you select that frame and check the Frame panel, you can see that the Tweening property is set to Motion. That property tells Flash to create a motion tween between Keyframe 10 and the next keyframe. If you add new frames after Keyframe 10, Flash defines the new frames as motion tweens, too. To end a motion-tween sequence, you must set Tweening to None in the Frame panel.

When you create a motion tween as described in the second exercise in this chapter, only the first keyframe and the in-between frames have tween status. The final keyframe has a Tweening property of None. Any frames you add to the end of that sequence will have the default Tweening property of None.


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