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It's called 'jAnimation Flash Tools' and has some awesome features that will most definitely speed up the animation workflow in flash. It's free and any flash animator should definitely check it out.
Some of the tools included are:
Rig Tool - Quickly turn any drawing into a symbol with the proper rotation point and orientation.
Smart Key - Place a key inside a tween without ruining the original tweens ease.
Scrub Key - Scrub between keys as apposed to just individual frames.
Custom Ease - A better looking ease and at a fraction of the time.
Bump - Change a symbols first one step up or one step down.
Batch Select - Select the the layers in the selected frame (great for keying a full body).
There is an overview video for this tool, that demonstrates it's features. (A link to download the tool is also in the description of the youtube video). I pasted the link bellow
Here is to the video.
At 11/24/12 12:20 PM, janimator0 wrote: It's called 'jAnimation Flash Tools' and has some awesome features that will most definitely speed up the animation workflow in flash. It's free and any flash animator should definitely check it out.
This is awesome bud! Downloading this now! It really has alot of helpful features glad I came across it :)
"So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past."
-F. Scott Fitzgerald
Yes yes yes!!
Thank you for sharing!! This resolves so many issues with my complaints about Flash's workflow... now if only we could have it so that you don't need a "layer" for every single entity in the scene file we'd be all set.
Thanks for the feedback! If you guys have any problems with this tool (anything at all), please do share with me in this thread. I appreciate all feedback.
i have something similar for southpaws that use tablets. i can post it if anyone is interested. basicly uses the numpad for common shortcuts