Extending the Exposure of Previous Drawings
When drawing on a blank frame you can automatically create a new drawing and extend the timing from the previous exposed drawing.
In the following example, a cell is selected on the timeline for creating a new drawing in image A. In image B, the previous exposure does not extend to the new drawing, while in image C, it does.
- Open the Preferences dialog box by doing one of the following:
|‣||From the top menu, select Edit > Preferences.|
|‣||Press Ctrl + U (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + U (Mac OS X).|
The Preferences dialog box opens.
- Select the General tab.
- In the
Timelinesection, select the Extend Exposure of Previous Drawing option.
- On the left side of the Timeline view, select a cell and create a new drawing.
The previous exposure automatically extends to the beginning of the new drawing.