The Node tool will be your friend when you need to edit a path.
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No matter the node type, each node can only be connected to two other nodes - one that comes before, and one that comes after. This means that it's impossible to attach a third line to a node. Instead, one has to create another path.
A path's shape can be changed radically by moving the nodes it consists of:
For more gradual changes, paths can be edited by moving their nodes' handles:
You can also manipulate the segments of a path, i.e. the lines between two nodes, directly with the Node tool. Click and drag on the path segment that connects two nodes, to change its curvature, without having to use the handles for this.
This node has an incoming and an outgoing path segment connected to it.
You can move a node by grabbing it with the mouse.
You can modify path segments by moving the node's handles.
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