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I've tried and tried, but for the life of me can't figure out a solution to this.

Does anyone know if it's possible to make blender display something on the timeline to indicate there are keyframes in an imported alembic file?

I've imported an abc from Nuke (a camera track) that animated fine in blender, but I need to time shift it and other cameras along the timeline. Without any sort of indicator of key frames that'll be practically impossible.

This is in blender 2.82a

Any help would be greatly appreciated

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The time line i see in 2.82a

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