rocknbil - 5:01 pm on Apr 22, 2010 (gmt 0)
Without seeing, like you say, it's hard to tell. Usually it's an indicator of one of two things. The first is movie and symbol lengths. If the objects are all directly in the timeline without ActionScript, they may not synchronize. For example, if you have a 20 frame symbol with a stop() command at the end of it, drop it into your movie that has a length of 30 frames, it will appear to stop at 20 frames. When you get many layers and objects, it's easy to throw it out of synch.
The other is there is ActionScript at work and it's out of synch with the objects.
This caught my eye,
its text, but i cant edit it
Most likely because you tweened it, that is, created a fade of some sort, which creates a tween symbol. If you select the tween in a keyframe, you should see the Symbol Name "Instance Of: Tween1234" in the properties pane. You should be able to locate symbol Tween1234 and edit it, and that's where the text can be edited. However, you'll need to edit all symbols within the tween for it to work.