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Simply, Draw something on frame 1 and then I go to frame 2 but the contents of frame 1 are still visible until I start drawing on frame 2(contents of frame1 then disappear from view until I return to frame 1)... I would prefer that I get a completely empty frame as I advance through the timeline. Is that possible?

I guess I should be clear on if this is normal behavior or if its just a bug on my end? When draw on frame 1 and then advance forward to frame 2 is the contents of frame 1 still visible on your view port?

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This is defacto standard in 2D-animation. This behavior makes easy to draw on twos, threes, ets. without adding additional keyframes. (When you draw every second frame it is called "drawing on twos", every third - "drawing on threes" and so on.) Timeline looks clear and ones, twos and threes easy to recognize and manipulate with them.

Know more why using twos is important in 9th Principle of Animation

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I think this is the default behavior of grease pencil. You can enable to the next frame still the same drawing before, but normaly is the drawing appear just to give a position and disapear when you start draw.

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