i cant merge my layers? no idea why.

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  06 June 2003
i cant merge my layers? no idea why.

i have 5 layers of animation on my character, there are a few points in my animation now were his shoulder snaps back. its beacuse on 1 layer its a a certain posistion, at another layer the key is to close. so i have to merge layers. can someone walk me through how to do this. its not like photoshp is it? like i cant select arms layer+legs then merge? if i could just merge all that would be fine. but i have a place were my guy snaps, and i need to fix.

i tried merging i set layers to all, but on every layer they still have the keys on them. if someone could help me on this that would be great.
 
  07 July 2003
Hi Levitateme,

When you merge layers, the layers will remain, but your keys will be merged to the base layer. Make sure that you have the 'multi-layer' option active, and not the 'mono-layer' option.

Cheers,
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