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As a technical Illustrator I notice that a feature that seems to be absent from vector graphic is to be able to create a vector that has other vectors joined to it. By this I mean something like the letter 'T' or 'E' or even a 'Z'. A horizontal line with a vertical or angled lines attached with a node or 'join' point?


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That would be nice to have in someway, for crude technical drawings.

I usually just make a line with points on top of eachother.

Hope the image makes sense. Numbers representing click order.

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Hi,

I'm not quite sure what you mean. I suppose another way of expressing myself is to have a facility where two or more lines join then they 'Stick' there so that any resizing etc affects all the lines at the same time


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+1 for branching nodes


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one more vote...


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