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It would be good to have the ability to constrain control points for vector curves to guides / grids / elements.

 

At present you can constrain control points to 45° increments by holding the shift key whilst dragging a control point from an end point.

 

For really accurate work on eg. display type it would be great to be able to snap control points to guidelines/intersections, to be sure of the shape of a curve, in both angle and length.

 

Separate but related question: can you manually set co-ords for control points? 

 

Thanks,

 

J

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