Let’s say I’ve got a bunch of vector arrows all pointing from one place to another, but then I decide to shift one of those elements, so now the arrows don’t point to the right place. Say, for example, you’re trying to draw a flow chart. Do I have to click and move each individual vector handle one at a time? Ideally, I’d like to grab the point of each vector handle and move them all together. See the image attached, it should make it clear what I mean. Thanks!
P.S. I know this is possible if all 3 arrows share an origin as a vector network, but what if they’re all individual vectors?
I just figured it out. I needed to flatten them all into a single vector. I didn’t realize you could create a vector network even if the vectors weren’t touching!