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mikkell khan
Photoshop - Editing a single frame causes the same change in every frame in my project
on Feb 1, 2008 at 9:39:26 pm

I'm trying to create an animation in which you see the beginning of two words, say, Building Bridges. So you see the capitalized B's and not the lowercase words. The B's are close together, overlapping.

The first part of the animation spreads them out to their proper distance and the second part fades in the lowercase words, revealing the full word.

I'm setting all these states, 1) B's together
2) B's apart
3) lowercase letters fade in

In three separate frames. The fade in is a pretty easy tween but what is happening is when I move the B's in the second frame to their proper distance, all the B's that I am moving are moving as well in frame 1 and frame 3, creating jumbled and undesirable effects.

I took off propagate frame 1 and did not lock any of the position, opacity or layer effects. What could be the problem?

I am using Photoshop CS3 for Windows.



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