1. Layer List  
    All elements placed on the stage will be show in the layer list. Elements that are higher on the list elements that are further down the list (z-axis)
  2. Timeline  
    You can place keyframes for the corresponding elements on the time list. Keyframes define the characteristics of these elements at this point in time
  3. Scrubber / Time Slider  
    The scrubber defines the point in time currently displayed on the stage. The exact time of the actual scrubber position in minutes: seconds: hundredths and frames is shown via the layer list (3a)
  4. Create a New Keyframe  
    Creates a keyframe for the selected element at the scrubber's current position. Alternative, a keyframe can be created by double-clicking on the time bar
  5. Navigation between keyframes  
    With this button, you can switch between the previous or next keyframes of the selected element
  6. Apply changes to keyframes or elements  
    Elements with keyframes can only be changed if a keyframe is selected. Otherwise, the "no keyframe" error is displayed. If you wish to make any changes to the entire animation, you can use this option to "turn off" the time and make the corresponding changes 
    Example: An animation of a blue rectangle is defined across keyframes. In order that the rectangle changes to green, you can select each keyframe and make the color change in each keyframe. Alternative, turn off the time and change the color for all the keyframes together
  7. With this button, you can select the keyframe animation with two defined keyframes
  8. This ruler allows you to adjust the scale of the time bar