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Animation -- "use previous frame" frame mode (<--) (including sequence of frames) #269

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aseprite-bot opened this Issue Aug 20, 2014 · 2 comments

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aseprite-bot commented Aug 20, 2014

From eye...@gmail.com on September 25, 2013 07:39:47

What do you need to do?

To easily add sequences of frames with static background in single layer (for mockups / full motion animations / toons) without need to manually copy/paste frames.

How would you like to do it?

I'd like to open layers/frames dialog (TAB key) and then right click on any frame and select "use previous frame" mode, so frame then should be marked with special icon like "back arrow" (<--) and in editing become mirror-copy of first previous non-"use previous frame" frame.

Insert new frame button should also copy this mode from current frame, so I can extend "use previous frame" mode as far as required when adding new frames for other layers.

Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/aseprite/issues/detail?id=269

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From davidcapello on April 09, 2014 18:34:45

I've added issue #389 with a better user experience (at least that is what I think).

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aseprite-bot commented Aug 20, 2014

From davidcapello on April 09, 2014 18:34:45

I've added issue #389 with a better user experience (at least that is what I think).

Labels: Milestone-1.1

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dacap commented Feb 17, 2015

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