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[AD Windows] Break curve, multiple nodes?

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If I select more than one node on  a curve and click Break Curves, only one of the nodes is broken.

 

Is this by design or a bug?

 

If by design, then I'd like to request the behavior is altered, as breaking a curve into multiple shorter sections is very useful at times, and currently rather time consuming.

 

Thanks


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Hi Aammppaa,

This is not a bug. It always has worked like that. It's a feature that still needs improvement/work.

You can already join several nodes simultaneously but not break them. Meanwhile you can set a custom shortcut for this to help speed things up (Preferences. Keyboard Shortcuts, Draw | Node Tool dropdowns).

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Thanks MEB, have set shortcut, which as yo say helps.

 

Can this be moved to feature requests please?


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