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When you want to designate an element of a diagram using a number (letter) and a line ... you must swap the node tool (A) with the move tool (V) to adjust the position of the number and the line. Which becomes tense when you have tons! There is no optional key on these 2 tools, which would allow you to temporarily switch from tool (V) to (A), and, please, without having to activate the selection before you can move the node. .

 
 

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You have selected Move Tool, then press key A to switch to Node Tool, and repeat press key A switch back to Move Tool. You only need to operate/switch with just one key. This works also with repeated switching from Node Tool to Move Tool and back with key V.


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Thankx Pšenda,
yes I know this manipulation, but which responds partially ... I will quote Illustrator, like many people here, but with its direct selection tool, everything is simple. I do not expect Designer to be a copy of illustrator, and I adopted it as it is, but for certain manipulations resolved for years in most software, Affinity seems curiously dissident ... it's his personality!

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