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Can you implement a function in the node tool that allows us to remove a node with one click?

Maybe using a modifier key (Shift, Ctrl, or Alt) + click on the node we want to remove; or simply by clicking on an existing node.

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Something like this:

 Thanks! 😉

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As stated in the forum rules, it is a good idea to search for existing threads with requests (add your comment to them if necessary), and not recreate more and more of the same requests.

For example:

 

And many others. 

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10 hours ago, Pšenda said:

As stated in the forum rules, it is a good idea to search for existing threads with requests (add your comment to them if necessary), and not recreate more and more of the same requests.

For example:

 

And many others. 

Sorry, I didn't see that one, I found another one, and I understood that it was not the same as what I was asking for.

 

Thank you for your wake-up call

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