I'm trying to access the Shape Key Editor via Python in Blender, but so far it doesn't work for me. I already know how to access the Action Editor via Python:
bpy.data.objects['rig'].animation_data_create() bpy.data.objects['rig'].animation_data.action = bpy.data.actions["action_number"]
And I thought the Shape Key Editor might work the same, but it doesn't. Or at least I can't find the right code to do so.
I'm also aware that I can just use the direct way and set Keyframes like this:
bpy.data.shape_keys["Key"].key_blocks["shape_key_name"].value = 0 object_name.data.shape_keys.key_blocks["shape_key_name"].keyframe_insert("value",frame=0)
But this inserts "fixed" Keyframes that I have to delete every time I want to insert a new Shape Key-Keyframe at the same frame. So I thought the Shape Key Editor might be the solution, since it stores Keyframes like the Action Editor.
Does anyone know how to call upon a Shape Key Editor Action via Python in Blender API?