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  1. Hi there, I was attempting to cut a straight line (non-fixed-angle) through a shape, as documented in your YT video, by holding Ctrl. Unfortunately, this doesn't seem to work (or I'm doing something wrong). I can successfully use shift for a fixed angle straight line or draw freehand (with stabiliser or not). Here are my replication steps: 1. Click knife tool and drag select shape (affinity1.png) 2. Selected and ready to cut - note instructions on bottom bar (affinity2.png) 3. Hold Ctrl - appears to switch to node tool instructions (affinity3.png) 4. Drag to cut (just in case) - nope! (affinity4.png) It may be that the video includes the wrong key, maybe I misunderstood something, or it might be a bug. Just thought I would let you know. I don't think it's anything to do with my shape(s), as the other types of cuts work fine and it seems to be in the wrong mode as soon as you hit Ctrl. Many thanks.
  2. When using knife tool with shift I can only cut through object vertically, horizontally or 45° angle. I don't know if it's intended behaviour or a bug but it's not what I expected.
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