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Usually I would click and drag to a new frame from the previous keyframe in order to change the keyframe number. For example: Original->keyframe at 60, I would click and drag to frame 40. But usually it becomes a pain because it's pretty hard to adjust since it's pretty small and hard to see and it's much more convenient for me to just type it out. Any idea how I might go around doing it? Software:Adobe Flash Professional CS6. Thanks!

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