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Old 13-03-2006, 01:25 AM   #1
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Default Deleting keyframes you can't see?

I have a sceen of a peddel trike and I added some keyfames on the time line to make it all turn a complete circle and then I went and added some more bits to the trike and now I want to make a different animation but because I can't remeber whats parts I had selected when I set the keyframes for the first animation I can't get rid of them.

Is there anyway of either clearing all keyframes or showing all keyframes so I can delete them?

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Old 13-03-2006, 01:28 PM   #2
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Hmmm. I think if you select all of the parts of your model then open the dope sheet, you should see all of the keyframes.
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Thanks but what is a drop sheet.

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It is called dopesheet. Don't know what it is exactly, but you will find it in your windows tab I think.
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I have found it but I can't see how you view or delete keyframes,as I say I don't know which bits I had selected, I have tried selecting every think but then when I said cut frames noting happened. I can see a little red line in the green gride at the top I don't know if that is a keyframe but I can't seem to be able to delete it.,
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