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13 hours ago, Alfred said:

Every unclosed curve has a start node and an end node, so all that would be required is for the joining algorithm to be changed to join the end of one curve to the start of the next. This would allow the user to control the joining behaviour by reversing one or both of each pair of curves.

That would work but it would require fewer steps if we could just select the two end nodes to join.


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9 minutes ago, R C-R said:

That would work but it would require fewer steps if we could just select the two end nodes to join.

 

That’s a fair point.


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