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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 Property Inspector, you can see that the Tween 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, to (Figure 9.10). To end a motion-tween sequence, you must set the Tween pop-up menu to None in the Frame Property Inspector.

Figure 9.10. When you use the Create Motion Tween command, the final keyframe of the tween has its Tween property set to Motion. If you add frames after that keyframe, Flash tries to continue the tween (note the broken tween line).



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