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In Affinity Designer:

 

1. Select both curves and choose the Node Tool

2. Press the 'Join curves' button (second from the right on the Action toolbar)

3. Press the 'Close curve' button (second from the left on the Action toolbar)


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I signed up to this forum just to chime in on the lack of Average tool. Unless you are working with a pixel grid, there is no way to align nodes vertically or horizontally. I cannot emphasize enough how crucial this simple function can speed up productivity. I have been using Illustrator for 18 years now and this is one of those deal-breaker features—moreso than offset paths or reflecting from a specific origin—that is holding back Illustrator vets from joining team Affinity.

 

For now I will continue to align points manually using x and y coordinates, but please consider adding this feature for users that need perfect alignment.

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I agree this to use it as a pro, this is essential 🙂

UPDATE, just found out, if you zoom in and drop one of the points to another, the curve will connect. 

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