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Duplicate or reverse a storyboard

In Blend for Visual Studio, you can now replace an existing storyboard with a reversed version of itself, or create a duplicate of an existing storyboard, by using the drop-down menu in the Objects and Timeline panel. This is useful when you want to create storyboards that are mirrored versions of each other.

Note Note

Reversing a storyboard differs from configuring a storyboard to automatically reverse when it reaches the end of its last timeline. For more information, see Modify a storyboard to repeat or reverse.

To duplicate a storyboard

  1. With a storyboard open in the Objects and Timeline panel, click the drop-down button next to the New button 86937695-03dd-44ea-aa30-28d4029b3ad0.

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    A menu appears that lists all the functions that you can apply to the open storyboard, together with an option to create a new storyboard.

  2. Click Duplicate.

    A new storyboard is created and opened for recording. The new storyboard is an identical copy of the original one. You can use the same procedure to change the name of the new storyboard.

To reverse a storyboard

  1. With a storyboard open in the Objects and Timeline panel, click the drop-down button next to the New button 86937695-03dd-44ea-aa30-28d4029b3ad0.

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    A menu appears that lists all the functions that you can apply to the open storyboard, together with an option to create a new storyboard.

  2. Click Reverse.

    The original storyboard is replaced with a reversed version of itself.

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