Photoshop CS6: Linked Frames in Timeline Animation?

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Probably not a huge deal, since most people aren't using this frame rate, but I noticed that when doing timeline animation at 9 FPS, the 5th frame is always an exact copy of the 4th frame. Deleting or drawing on one will affect both. I can't find any work around except to use a different frame rate, which circumstance won't always allow.

I know that really weird things start to happen if you continue using an old video layer after changing the file's frame rate. But this problem occurs even when using a fresh layer.

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Although it might be too late (5 years since you posted), this problem still occurs. It may be best to just use 8 or 10fps

Edit: at 10fps the same problem occurs at frames 1 and 2.