I have 2 questions, which while different are nevertheless quite similar-
1) Is there a way to dissociate or “ungroup” points lines which are the result of a symmetry or rotational transformation in order to use them independently. why am i asking this? for example i make a transformation and see 1 part of it is not what i wanted. I am unable to delete that specific point or line, just because another point from the same group of points and lines in this transformation are already used for the rest of the pattern.
Alternatively I have to delete the whole rotation of symetrie if i can, and then redo my transformation selected only the points i do want. But if some points are already used, then i cannot do this.
I know i could use the group function to hide points, but how many groups am i going to make while doing my transformations and correcting them?
2) why can’t i delete a point or line once its been used. I understand that linked points and lines would lose a reference. Instead of forbidding this function, there could be warning/confirmation as step 2 during which all associated points and lines are highlighted to preview what other data might be lost. maybe i do want to delete it all, but can’t undo it step by step with the use of the undo tool as i have already advanced on another portion of the pattern.