# Graph Editor - Moving only one side of a tangent for multiple keyframes

This is a question from a Maya user. I can't find this in the manuals, and I feel really dumb. They all take it for granted.

I have a lot of animated properties in the graph editor. They all do the same. I'm moving them around together. But I want to change them to Free Tangents, which I did, and change their animation by moving the handles on both sides of the point.

But I can't do it. I changed to Maya preset in the settings, so I could do it the same way I do it there. But there is NO WAY to move the tangents by selecting and moving them using the handles...

EDIT: Moving one tangent is possible by using Middle Mouse Button, BUT this doesn't work at all for several tangents. I want to move all of them at the same time.

How do you do it?

• Nope. I said i changed it to Free tangents. So I already did that. In fact I'm going to update the info, because i found out something else. – darkgaze May 3 '15 at 8:59
• Do you want to select only one part of several FCurve handles and move them together ? Then I think you should select all the points with A, then use C to turn on Circle Select and deselect parts of handles you don't want to move (assuming V -> Free was selected before). – Mr Zak May 3 '15 at 10:22
• @poor you edited my question, but changed drastically the meaning of the title. I mean, moving a tangent independently, not independent handles. Moving one handle, independently. – darkgaze May 5 '15 at 17:50
• Oops, sorry darkgaze :) Only wanted to clear up things, roll it back. sorry! – p2or May 5 '15 at 17:52
• @poor Nah, i made it even better :D – darkgaze May 5 '15 at 17:55