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Feature Request AD: Line width between nodes

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This is a feature that I have in another application that is vector based. The line width can be adjusted between nodes. To the point of making the line between two nodes invisible. It allows for closed shapes that look like they are actually open. The lines on either side of the invisible line shrink down accordingly and form points that resemble the end of a stroke. 

Not sure if this has been requested or not but wanted to put it out there for the powers that be.

Thanks in advance!

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Have you tried adjusting the pressure sensitivity of the stroke? ears.gif


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42 minutes ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

Have you tried adjusting the pressure sensitivity of the stroke? ears.gif

Yes that works to a point. However, I noticed that if you have lots of areas you need to adjust the size and a lot of nodes it doesn't work so well - its not precise enough.

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1 hour ago, ComancheSam said:

not precise enough

Agreed. It’s been mentioned a few times that the pressure graph should be resizable to allow for greater precision.


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