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  1. Oooohhh... drag the adjacent path connecting the node...! It worked! Thanks MEB! I really appreciate your help! Unfortunately this app just froze on me and I lost my paths. :wacko: Ah well. When's v1.5 coming out? ;)
  2. Hi MEB, Thanks for your assistance! However, when I tapped Pen Tool to select it > then tap again to open a popover > select Node Tool > selected the node I want to convert to a Sharp node > drag the segments around that node to get the node's handles, it just moves the node around without giving me any individual adjustable handles. It doesn't feel all that precise. :mellow: But thanks! I'll continue to play around with it. I may use this app for other purposes.
  3. Hi all, I'm working in Infinity Photo iOS on my iPad Pro and need to make a selection using the Pen tool. I can't figure out how to make a sharp anchor point to join two curved paths (please see attached). Normally in Photoshop, I'd hold down the alt/option key and click on the anchor to activate the "V" corner feature so I can adjust the two tangent handles independently, but I don't have this ability on the iPad. I tried the "Sharp" and "Smooth" bottoms in the Node mode, but they just toggle between straight-lined joints and curved lives without a corner. The path handling tool doesn't seem to be too intuitive, and I need to use the Pen tool to make precise selections. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Also, is there a feature like Photoshop's "Exclude Overlapping Shapes" or "Intersect Shape Areas"? I find that when I create a smaller shape within a large shape, the large shape disappears.
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