What does 'CTRL+Drag' on an Exec line do?
I was doing this a lot before updating to 4.8, but since the update Ive noticed that whenever I drag an exec line off its pin every node in the function suddenly gets brighter. In this state, if I select a node and hit Delete it will break all of the links on that node, but not delete the node itself. The 'broke' node would then get darker.
I thought it was weird but it didn't really impede my work, until I got curious and dragged the exec line back onto the 'broke' node. As soon as the line is disconnected the 'broke' node is deleted.
Is this intended behavior, and if so how do I disable it?
I'm not quite sure what you mean, however, when you 'CTRL+Drag' off an Exec node that already has a link it will disconnect that link and let you move it around with your cursor. I hope that helps.
answered Sep 06 '15 at 10:27 PM
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