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pieces missing? Different commands?

pieces missing? Different commands?

pieces missing? Different commands?

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Hello, new to the forum here.  I did spend some time searching, but came up with nothing...so here it goes.

I've got LiveMotion 2.0 installed.  I have been taking all of Adobe's tutorials.  I'm finding things that should be there aren't.

Example:  I don't have the option of quickly assigning "time independant groups".  I have to go into the timeline, click on group objects, and then make movie, and loop in order to accomplish the same thing.

Example:  I don't have the option of "behaviors" in my timeline.  I only have Labels and Scripts.  I figured out to go into scripts, but once that window is open, I don't understand how to apply the script.  

Was there one last release past 2.0?  
Any suggestions/help would be GREATLY appreciated.

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