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smooth node, click+right-mouse

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To smooth a node that's a corner point you need to click with the "right-mouse" held at the same time.  With a pen this is pretty awkward, and that's assuming you've got a barrel button you can assign to right click duties. Since this is a super-common operation couldn't we have a key modifier instead? CTRL+ALT converts a node to a sharp point, couldn't it just be used as a context-sensitive toggle? i.e. CTRL+ALT converts sharp points to smooth and converts smooth points to sharp, like AI/Photoshops "convert node" tool?  Even with a mouse pressing two buttons at once seems awkward, and I had to pull a mouse out of a dusty drawer to test that...

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Hi AndyQ,
This is something that was already brought up by several users in various contexts. The right-mouse button is indeed a poor "key modifier" substitute for certain cases (Windows only). The dev team is aware of the issue and discussing it internally in the hope to improve/change things here. Thanks for your feedback.

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13 minutes ago, MEB said:

Hi AndyQ,
This is something that was already brought up by several users in various contexts. The right-mouse button is indeed a poor "key modifier" substitute for certain cases (Windows only). The dev team is aware of the issue and discussing it internally in the hope to improve/change things here. Thanks for your feedback.

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