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Copying Objects

Is it just me, or do all objects lose their properties when copied and pasted? I just created a test scribe for amorph sequence, copied it into another scribe, and all of the elements were pasted with Draw as the animation type. Now I have to go back and re-select the morph attributes.

It may seem like a small matter, but it is not to someone who is being paid by the job, not by the hour.

Any advice would be welcome.


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Hi Mark,

When pasting copied images VideoScribe will set the animation type to draw by default. This is because copying a image with morph set, and then pasting it before the 'morphed from' image can cause problems in the time line. If you need to have a template scribe with morph animations and want to avoid copy and pasting it into new scribe files, you could try saving your template as a .scribe file and import it whenever you need to create a new scribe with that template.

import/export scribes

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