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I created a new action named BladeAction and keyframed the influence slider of a Shape Key I couldn't use the action in the Logic Nodes / Action Actuator. Then I examined the action in the NLA and Action Editor it looks like that:

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A KeyAction strip has been created by Blender and is not accessible from the Action Editor the BladeAction has no keyframes and cannot be frozen (snowflake icon). I can use the KeyAction from Action Actuator but I'm somewhat confused why this behaves like that.

Why are no keyframes in the Action created by me? Why does Blender create an Action Strip* which cannot be edited?

[.blend] is already linked here: Can gravity be disabled for a single object in the BGE?

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It seems that only Keying Sets like location, rotation accessible from the Keyframe Menu are stored in the currently active Action.

For each other property like influence slider values, colors, transparency etc. an F-curve associated to the object is created and holds the keyframes and some kind of virtual Action Strip is added to the NLA Editor.

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