3ds Max curve editor - Scrunching keys

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  11 November 2012
3ds Max curve editor - Scrunching keys

How do I scrunch the keys together on the Y and X axis, so that I can then zoom in and see the curves better? Not actual move the keys, but just make it so they arent so stretched out.

In Maya it would be ctrl + shift + right mouse, and it would scrunch keys together.

I am coming over to Max from Maya and am trying to learn the curve editor. I cant find this in the help menu anywhere and was hoping someone could help. Thanks!

Edit: Sorry this should be in the 3ds Max forum, any way to delete or move the topic?

Last edited by RichMcCaffrey : 11 November 2012 at 11:20 PM.
  12 December 2012
If I understand correctly you need use this bar functions http://docs.autodesk.com/3DSMAX/15/...mber=d30e246227
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  12 December 2012

I guess it was in the help menu, I just didnt know what to look for. It works a little different than maya but thats exactly what I needed. I appreciate it!
  12 December 2012
In the curve editor hold Ctrl+Alt+Shft and then drag with middle mouse. It will free-form scale your curve editor. Similar to maya.


  12 December 2012
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