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PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2006 11:26 am 
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Sometimes after I've gone to a new blank and started to create another image, it keeps the previous image and layers them as frames.

Is it possible to get a new job number whenever you choose NEW blank?

The undos get mixed up between a finished job and a new one sometimes.

Or is it better to close the window and start fresh?

Thank you, I'm having fun with this, it's a nice break from my Adobe products...

Especially for adding names to animations with a lot of frames.

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Yes, if you want a "new job number" You can close your browser and come back.

Your previous session will be completely erased.

I keep all the undos so that if you change your mind about a new image, you can go back.


" it keeps the previous image and layers them as frames. "

I'm not sure what you mean by this. Is there a particular tool that brings up bits of the old image? (we had that problem before, but I thought I had all those problems fixed!)

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