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The white arrow in attached image, what does it mean? I use Windows and there is no tool tip with info.

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    $\begingroup$ Ok, i noticed this scene layer has an animation attached to it. However, i have several layers which use animation but do not contain such a icon. Why have a few scene layers (see above image) such an icon and contain special layer in the the animation view? I remoevd the animation view extra info, but the icon and info in the scene layer is persistent. How can i clean this up? $\endgroup$ – Internet Mar 18 '15 at 2:58
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That small squiggle arrow is indicating that the object has an action. Meaning that the object is animated.
If you click on the plus button and open up the hierarchy you will see that it is an animation.
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    $\begingroup$ How can i remove this action, i tried to remove it from the animation view, but the info in the scene layer is still there... i do not want extra actions. Im not aware that i added extra actions. $\endgroup$ – Internet Mar 18 '15 at 2:59
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    $\begingroup$ David, thanks for additional info, i noticed that too. But teh strange thing is im not aware to have animated these objects. $\endgroup$ – Internet Mar 18 '15 at 3:06
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Ok to get rid of these icons (which indicate an action), right click it and pick "UNLINK ACTION". Either before this or after open the ANIMATION VIEW -> CLICK the Object and then delete the action from the animation layer too.

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