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Is there an equivalent to Adobe Illustrator's shaper tool I can use to quickly cut off excess elements of overlapping shapes?

In Illustrator, once accessed using the shortcut shift + m, it can be used to quickly cut and combine selected shapes. (I have attached a video demonstrating the feature)

Since this tool was pretty handy in quickly creating new shapes out of a bunch of others, it would be stoked to learn if something similar exists within Affinity Designer!

 

Thanks in advance.

 

PS: I am new to the forum and forums in general, so let me know if I may have posted this the wrong way

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AFAIK, there is no equivalent tool (yet) in Affinity Designer.

14 hours ago, Arvid_B said:

PS: I am new to the forum and forums in general, so let me know if I may have posted this the wrong way

On the contrary, you have posted your question clearly & succinctly, complete with a brief video with no extraneous steps ... it does not get any righter than that. :)

Edited by R C-R
Fixed brain malfunction firstdefence noticed -- thanks

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I see ... thanks for letting me know! I am glad to hear I did everything correctly :)

 

I guess I will make do with the boolean operations in the meanwhile then!

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12 hours ago, R C-R said:

it does get any righter than that

How do it get righterer? :P


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