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selecting keyframes in the animation editor (keeps on adding, does not deselect previous)

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ikoon    102

Please, my Animation Editor behaves like this:       
- I select any keyframe (LMB)
- I select another keyframe, the first selected keyframe is still selected


What is the benefit of this? I would like the classic behaviour:
- LMB to make new selection (deselect previous)
- shift LMB to add
- ctrl LMB to remove    
 
Or am I wrong? Is there any workflow benefit that I am missing?

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Matt_K    25

Hey ikoon,
Works as expected for me - selecting a new key deselects the previous one.

Using H16.0.597

Happened to me once - had a faulty shift key on my keyboard...
Matt.

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Atom    516

Funny you mention it. I had a SHIFT key go bad too and it cause programs and the OS to behave unexpectedly at times.

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ikoon    102

Thank you guys for your answers, I will try to reinstall Houdini. I have tried three keyboards and the problem persists.

Good to hear, that it usually works as expected.

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ikoon    102

Accidentally I have discovered this:

- selecting works OK, as you said, when "Show ALL Handles" is ON
- selecting works BAD, when "Show SELECTED Handles" is ON ... this is what I use, would you be so kind and try it?

Is it a bug? I hope it is not intended :)

 

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ikoon    102

I am not sure what is wrong, but I have reported this now to sesi.

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ikoon    102

Click selecting was ok, but drag-selecting is confirmed as a bug. Thank you guys and sorry for inconvenience!

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