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https://affinity.help/designer/English.lproj/pages/Tools/tools_node.html

Join Curves button is on the context toolbar of the Node Tool.

You can set your own keyboard shortcut via…

Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts > Node Tool > Join Curve


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Not exactly I looking.

 

Join curves - draw stright line between two point of two diffirent curves. Without fusion. I need fuse and weld two points of one curve - first and last point. 

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You need the Close Curve? 


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You need the Close Curve?

Close Curve joins the start and end nodes to create an enclosed shape.


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7 hours ago, reminous said:

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Hi @reminous, it is answer or question?

If this is an answer (which has been said earlier, see @Aammppaa), then OP needed something completely different:

On 4/10/2019 at 4:20 AM, quadcat said:

I need fuse and weld two points of one curve - first and last point. 

 


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On 4/9/2019 at 9:11 AM, quadcat said:

ctrl+alt+j in AI join two points (if it last or first point of curve) in shared center.

same function looking in AD

Please post a screenshot from AI to show us what you mean.


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5 minutes ago, haakoo said:

Drag the points to your shaered point so they overlap.
Drag/select around the points,this will select them both
Use the join nodes button like many have pointed out already
Done

Not exactly I epected but it useful too. I take it.

Thanks!

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I struggled a bit with this too. You need to make sure you only have one point at the end of your curve. This can be problematic after you round a corner all the way and then bake it.

 

 

 

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