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  1. I create two paths that overlap each other, apply "Divide", remove all internal nodes until I have two curves that have overlapping nodes. You use the join curves and two nodes become one. However, if you close the curve for two overlapping nodes they do not become one node. They also aproximate their curve which results in a loop. Is there a way to close the curve by combining the two overlapping nodes?
  2. I was trying to join two curves by selecting the two end nodes I wanted to join but A.D. had other ideas. I expect when joining the curves and I've seleted two nodes, that would be the connection would happen. Joining Curves.mov
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