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Hi, not sure if you figured this out yet or not but let me explain.
It all has to do with the transition between the keyframe and the previous keyframe, a solid half diamond means that it's value has already been set by the previous mirrored half diamond. If the diamond is full but outlined then it takes on a new value at that point and will not take on the property of a previous keyframe.
It can get confusing with when removing and adding the transition in manually.
Thanks for the response!
In that case, how would I be able to control which frames are outlined diamonds and full diamonds?
Yes, if you right mouse click on them you get the options for removing or adding a transition. It can get confusing sometimes adding the transitions manually as you have to click the correct diamond, also there is one anomaly which can occur sometimes and that is you may see a clear diamond on the timeline but with no previous setting, this shouldn't happen but does, the only way to fix this is to delete the keyframe and reapply the value.