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Arrowheads on Lines

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Plus, if we are all so darned smart, how come we haven't invented our own photo, design, and publishing software?   H'm'm'm'm?   I am daily deeply thankful for the Affinity team and their brilliance!!   Bet I am one speck in an ocean of users!!


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@Tadhg

The problem escapes me ... forgive my poor English, but I don't understand. If it is convenient to have the last color used or the font used why should terminations and arrows such as line thickness be zero when I switch to a shape? It seems to me a complex form of artificial intelligence that we can define in just a few steps. The software should understand what we want to do.

There are more important things to deal with.

For heaven's sake, everyone has his own vision and need that at the moment may seem the most important.

Put that you are drawing a technical scheme where you use the arrows to indicate the direction of movement of a mechanical apparatus. Use the arrows on the lines and maybe even create a rotation pattern ... draw a circle that already has the arrow, cut it where it is useful and eliminate the arc of a circle that you are not interested in and the arrow is there where you need. If you reset everything you have to recreate it while, with the current solution, you have it ready!

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