/i don’t want to delete the actual exposure cells, i wanted to delete the strokes they contain… so they are just fresh, empty drawings.
I just duplicated the rough layer so i don’t have to fill the exposure exactly the same on the clean…(because the exposures are already perfect on the rough layer), so i can instantly starting to draw on the clean layer… This is just some lazy example where this feature i’m asking about could come in handy. if you understand me.
anyway… the real question was: i thought it had to be possible to select strokes over multiple cells?? i want to know this.
In storyboard pro you can select things over multiple panels, when cmd+shift clicking multiple panels and using the select tool in in the drawing view…
This is not only handy for "emptying’’ multiple exposures at once, (and keeping the exposure cells) but it is also handy for re-positioning multiple drawings/strokes over a certain time range… or when you want to do other things that the select tool does, such as changing the thickness of pencil lines, over a certain time range, rather than doing it for each drawing individually.
Hope i’m clear