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  1. Hello, I made some drawings and used Inkscape to trace my line drawings into vectors. Now I have a page full of vectors, and I'd like to start manipulating the individual drawings on the page. They are all a single "curves" object when I look at them in the layers palette. I've tried selecting a subset of them with the node tool, as you can see in this screenshot, but using the clipboard to copy them copies every node in the "curves" object, not just those I've selected. Do I have any better options than duplicating the whole object and then selecting everything other than the nodes I want to keep to delete them from the cloned object? Thanks for the great software!
  2. In the help documentation is said that a node in the curve adjustment can be deleted by "Click to select a node and then press the Backspace key to remove it.". When I press the Backspace key the Curve window is closed and is deleted the adjustment layer just created. How can I delete a curveĀ“s node? Jokinb
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