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So I was just setting up an animation with several pictures of a character, but when I change the timer-position in the timeline, all frames get messed up.
Also, when I attempt to change the offset-point per frame.

I found a forum entry about some bug, which did this, but it was said, that the bug was solved...
So I'm confused. Did I miss some anti-jumbled-frames-setting, or did the bug return?

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Kinda "solved" it myself... it is an update-issue.

The frame to frame editor update does not work probably (doesn't matter which update setting). It just grabs a frame at random, if I change the position in the timeline, but if you know, which frame is supposed to be there, it can be corrected manually.

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