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How to creat animation

Sir plase told me a how to creat animation

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No Animated Move - when I used another website. their anmiation does not move - i need to solve the problem with animated

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Hi nana, 1. Create two layers. 2. In the bottom layer, put your ball_mc in the first frame and extend it to occupy 3 frames. 3. In the top layer, add the following code for the first keyframe: gravity=2; bounce=0.9; verticalSpeed=Math.random()*60; 4. Add the following code for the second keyframe: ball_mc._y+=verticalSpeed; if(ball_mc._y+ball_mc._height/2>=Stage.height){ ball_mc._y=Stage.height-ball_mc._height/2; verticalSpeed=-verticalSpeed*bounce; } verticalSpeed=verticalSpeed+gravity; 5. Add the following code for the third keyframe: gotoAndPlay(2);

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