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Reduce domain of a dependant entity
This command can be used to reduce the extension of a dependant curve (like a margin or a gimp line) which normally covers the extension of the whole parent curve.
You can also use this command to trim a base curve
- Choose the curve that you want to reduce
- Click the point where you want to set the new start
- Click the point where you want to set the new end or right-click to exit the command
The partialization can be reverted using the same command, except if used on a base curve (in that case use Undo)