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Xsheet View

1. Xsheet Main Section
2. Functions Section
3. Column List Section
4. Xsheet View Toolbar
5. Column Header
6. Current Drawing
7. Current Frame
8. Frame Numbers
9. Drawing Exposure
10. Current Frame Display
11. Function Column
12. Increase/Decrease Exposure
13. Overwrite/Insert Modes

There is also the Xsheet View menu button in the top-left corner, which allows you to access commands related to the Xsheet view.

The Xsheet view lets you read the timing vertically, displays the drawing layers as columns, and shows the drawing’s name. You can also see the functions and keyframes of the motion paths in the Xsheet’s function columns. The value of each keyframe is shown in the Xsheet view; these are displayed as black squares in the Timeline view. The Xsheet view contains more details than the Timeline view, and is faster and easier to read.

Related Topics 

Adding and Deleting Keyframes