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Keyframe And Shortcut Keys Question

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  • I'm by no means a newb to c4d but I never used shorcut keys much for setting keyframes. I did it a small amount in r12 a while back and recently tried to do the same in r13 with a different result. ctrl+lmb creates a key fine but if I ctrl+shift+lmb on a keyframe, I thought that was supposed to remove the keyframe. Instead I'm left with all keyframes on my timeline but the last keyframe is removed from the viewport. So, if I have 3 keyframes and ctrl+shift+lmb the middle keyframe, the last one appears to be removed from the viewport. Playing the animation shows only the first two taking effect instead of the first and third.

    Is this a new bug? As I said, I haven't used the shortcut keys much.

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    Ctrl+lmb to set and crtl+shift+lmb to delete a keyframe works for me.

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  • Weird, it's acting this way on two different machines for me.

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    yeah, Ctrl+click = add Key. Shift+click = remove current key. Ctrl+Shift+Click = remove whole animation track...

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  • really? shift+click does nothing for me besides selecting the key.

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    really? shift+click does nothing for me besides selecting the key.

    My guess is you're clicking in the wrong place. Here's where to click.

    3DKiwi

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  • Okay, yes that works. But I thought that ctrl+shift+clicking on a keyframe on the timeline removed it. That's what I've been trying to do.

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    Okay, yes that works. But I thought that ctrl+shift+clicking on a keyframe on the timeline removed it. That's what I've been trying to do.

    Not as far as I know. In the timeline it's select key then press the delete key or select track and press the delete key.

    3DKiwi

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  • I went back and found the video that I thought had this in it. Sure enough I was mistaken and it talked about clicking in the attribute manager, not on the timeline.

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