1. Attila J.
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Hi, someone know an easy way to copy and paste multiple keyframes from different objects at the same time?
For example I select some of keyframes of four different objects, then I make copy and try somehow paste all selected keyframes somewhere else at the timeline.

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I solved this problem. The selected different keyframes dragged with mouse meanwhile Shift + Y key is pressed.
This is a latent function of Shade. It was an experimentation to find out this.
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Attila J. wrote:

I solved this problem. The selected different keyframes dragged with mouse meanwhile Shift + Y key is pressed.
This is a latent function of Shade. It was an experimentation to find out this.


Hi Attila,

So I understand correctly - before (when the problem happened), you were using only SHIFT? Then what worked was Shift + Y?
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Hi Chikako,

excuse me, the good keyboard combination is Shift + Z.
I tried many keyboard possibility and accidentally the keyboard layout changed.
I use generally Z button to copy instantly for example objects and single keyframe.

( To select multi-keyframes of different objects I use Ctrl + left mouse click one by one.)
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