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Move keyframes easly

Please.. please is important... In the new version of Live 2d make it so that we can move the selected keyframes by clicking directly on the light blue color (in each part of the light blue color and not on the black dots of the keyframes). Please fix this because something that ruins the workflow too much.

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  • Hello, @Noire .
    Thank you for your contact.

    With the blue selection displayed, bring the cursor to any of the keys to change the cursor state.
    You can then move all keys within the selection.

    If you are unable to perform that operation, please contact us again, as we believe there is a problem.

    Best regards.
  • Thank you for your reply Ueno. I know how to do this however I would like you (your developers) to make it so that you can move everything without bringing the cursor to the keys but simply bring the cursor to the blue area. This is to make the workflow faster because often change the cursor state by positioning over the keyframes is a bit complicated because you have to look for the exact point.

    (It would be helpful if it could be possible to do this in the Live2d version).

    Thanks again. I wish you all the best in your work.
  • @Noire

    I will reply to you due to a change in the person in charge.

    Thank you for the detailed explanation.
    We have shared your request with our development team.
    We will keep this in mind for future development.

    Thank you very much for your valuable feedback.
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