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As the title says, when I combine shapes with some nodes on the exact same coordinates, Affinity Designer does not merge these nodes as one but rather creates multiple nodes on top of each other. The same happens when I join two nodes that are in the same location.

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Hi PanicPug,
Welcome to Affinity Forums :)
These are both known issues we hope to improve in a future version. When placing nodes over others for joining make sure you have snapping enabled in particular Align to nodes of selected curves in the Snap section in the context toolbar for the Node Tool. Both objects containing nodes must be selected for this to work - when they overlap the node will turn to yellow.

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Thank you :12_slight_smile:

Ah that's good to know that it's a known bug, I just couldn't find anything about it so I thought 'better post it'.

And that's a good tip, I'll remember that when the problem arises next time, thank you :16_relieved:

Best regards

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