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Simple question involving stroke pressure settings in Designer

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This seems like something I should be able to find the answer to in 5 seconds flat, but I don't seem able to.

So, here it is: when I'm playing with the stroke pressure settings, is it possible to set it so that I can move the beginning and ending points on the curve independently of each other?

...and then I figure out the answer for myself not even 3 seconds after posting this. Just hit alt when you select your vector.

Nevermind, yall! Thanks for the help anyway!

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You broke your world record :D


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FWIW, you can also double-click (or just click twice -- there is no time-out limit like for a double-click) on either end node of the pressure curve to unlink it. It's actually a toggle of sorts, so if the two nodes are currently linked (as indicated by the tiny little dots in their centers) a single click will unlink them.

BTW, It took me a lot longer than 5 seconds to figure this out!


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