Please tell me there is an easier way to do this…
I want to type in specific values for a key. To do it, I found I can hit ‘n’ in the graph editor to open that window. It shows View Properties with the Show Cursor checkbox.
If I select one of the curves in the ‘t’ menus on the left, over on the right, the ‘n’ menu items change to F-Curve, Modifiers, and View.
If I then select a key on the curve, those tabs go away and it’s back to View Properties.
With the key selected, and selecting the corresponding curve back in the ‘t’ menu, the ‘n’ menu changes back again to show the F-Curve, Modifiers, and View tabs only this time, since I have the curve selected in the ‘t’ menu and a key selected on that curve, the F-Curve tab now shows the Active Keyframe menu with the Frame and Value.
I select a new key on that same curve, and the ‘n’ menu switches back to View Properties. I then need to go back to the ‘t’ menu and click the corresponding curve again to get the ‘n’ menu to change to where I can see the Active Keyframe.
This is a HUGE pain to keep clicking back and forth and back and forth just to edit keys.
What is the proper way to do this? There has to be a way right?
I think this goes back to the whole “only show menus according to the context you are in” thing. I wouldn’t care if there was a way to get that active keyframe menu open and STAY open so I can just keep editing keys by selecting a key and editing, select new key, edit etc…