What is the easiest/fastest way to move a keyframe to a specific frame?
In other words, is there a way to type in an absolute frame value with modal numinput (which uses the delta by default)? E.g. type G
140 to move a keyframe to frame
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In the latest development version (after official 2.69), you can type with math, like this:
e.g.: If you want to move keyframe from 120 to 140, you can type G
Tip: it also supports copy/paste feature, which means, you can CtrlC on the current frame number displayed on Timeline header, then G
140-CtrlV), which makes it relatively quicker.
But indeed, a one-stop method may be useful here.
I think that the best you can do is type the preferred frame into the Timeline 'Current frame' field then apply a Snap to (ShiftS) frame function on the selected Keyframe.
It would be neat to have another snap to function as you suggest to reduce the amount of mouse clicks involved.