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  1. Hi folks, There is something I've to deal with quite some times: --> Sliding a node to match an intersection (or for another reason), but keeping it along it's path so there is no risk to alter very precise drawings. The fact intersection "snap" between two paths is not supported does not help at all. Else I could simply add a new node at the exact intersection and remove the old "A" (This would be a —great great great— feature and it's a —huge huge huge— need :) To workaround this lack, I've to zoom into my intersection (desired A position), and manually add a new node. Please note that at some point when zooming, adding a node is not possible anymore as the detection of the path fails. Beside the need of fixing this issue (detection for adding a node when in high zoom) + the feature request for snapping at intersections, I would have the following one: This is a screen record of Cinema 4D Cinema4DSlide.mov Applying this concept to 2D path editing would be simply terrific! I hope you'll agree.
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