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One of the things that really stops my workflow is that I have to go to the toolbar to determine whether or not I want to continue drawing with a curve that I have already created. But every other time I don't want this — and forget to change the mode — I have to undo my tracing work to create a new curve object or hit the divide button if my shapes are closed. This is just tedious. So I would propose that if you have a curve already selected and click on one of the nodes of the end points of the curve, you should automatically resume editing the original curve (meaning, adding the new curve segments to the original curve). If you don't have the other curve selected, Designer should assume that you don't want to continue drawing from another curve. That's how it works in Illustrator and this forgoes that you have to check the toolbar. This also makes it much easier to close curves with another curve or join two curves, because you would simply select both curves and then draw the connecting curve in between the two. No need to go to the Node tool (or hold Ctrl), select the curves and then join them after the fact.
Hi there, In Designer, when you've drawn a line (path) with the Pencil tool, and lifted your stylus, the path is 'done', and the Pencil is ready to draw the next path. ¿What if you want to Continue that same path – rather than just adding another one at its end? Pencil sketching is appealing because of its speed; it would no longer be any fun if you had to manually connect paths that you want to be a single one. Is there a modifier key to do continue from the last node of an already drawn path? I couldn't find one. If none exists, would this be a good feature for the Wish List? thanks in advance, - pbass