Re: [Gimp-developer] A better way to close a path where an end nodeis on top of a start node

El lun, 01-02-2016 a las 00:04 +0100, Ofnuts escribió:
On 31/01/16 09:08, Joseph Bupe wrote:

Is there a reason why the path can close by just clicking the last
onto the first node? Why do we have to CTRL or Command + Click ?

Because clicking on a node is selecting it, and this i something
want to do if you want to extend the path from the other end. In
words, you create a path with M, N, O, P, Q and then you want to add 
points L, K, J, so after adding Q you'll click on M, and you don't
this to close the stroke.

Double clicking on the first node could work too.
But that in that case selecting the first node with a single click
should revert the behavior, allowing to close the path double clicking
the final node of the other end of the path.


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