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Merged key tangents are wrong after

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I copy a key on top of another. I want the tangents to remain the same as they were, but the new key isn't what I expect. I tried to lock the tangents before join, break them - it does not work.

What is needed is simple - a curve looking the same as the black one representing the "Continue After".

The same problem appears also when I use Key > Cycle
How to get it right?

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HI, i think the reason this is happening is the fact you have the spline interpolations selected.  

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  • But how can it be something else?

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    I have just repeated your duplicate key frames without the key frames selection and it works fine.

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  • How? What are you doing differently than me?

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    As you can see here i have no interpolations selected in the tool bar above the graph:

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  • Weird. I can't "deselect" it

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    When i select individual key the tool bar selection triggers, but when i select multiply keys the tool bar selection is off.

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    Is it possible that all your key frames are spline interpolation but manipulated by you to be liner by braking the tangents?

    If this is the case then just select the last two keys and select liner that should fix it.

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  • They actually are. "Break tangents" is on for each of them, but it's ignores once I merge them, the new one does not respect this setting.

    Might it be a bug? I tried r19, same there though

    I don't understand how to get over it

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