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  1. Windows 10, Affinity Designer 1.8.0.585 I tried editing the nodes of a curve that I had previously scaled to 0 on the y-axis using the move tool. instead of smoothly following the bezier curve, the stroke jumped between seemingly random points on it instead and the pointer position for editing was only evaluated on the y-axis. Steps to reproduce: Draw a curve Use the Move Tool to scale it to 0 height Pull one of the nodes back into two dimensions using the Pen Tool. The stroke doesn't follow the curve and the cursor is being projected along the x-axis (holding Ctrl in the second screenshot). Edit the curve further. Multiple points may actually match the curve. The same thing happens when scaling to 0 width; the cursor position is then projected along the y-axis.
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