## Move Vertex

The Move Vertex tool allows you to move the vertices of polygons, the end points of segments and arrows, the corners of leaves, and the tips of petals. There two versions of this tool. This one also translates the Bezier Points on the sides connected to the vertex being moved. It might not seem obvious, but this is probably the behavior you want most of the time. If you leave the Bezier points in place when you move the vertex, you end up with a warped side which is exactly what the Move Vertex (Warp) tool does. [Read More]

## Move Vertex by Vector Reference

The Move Vertex by Vector Reference tool allows you to reposition a vertex of a polygon relative to another vertex and a user defined vector. You can reposition it based on either the vector’s length, rotation, or both. First select a vertex of the polygon. Now, drag your finger over to another vertex and press the Mark button to select it. This selected vertex will be the one that’s moved. You now need to select a reference vector. [Read More]

## Move Vertex (Warp)

The Move Vertex (Warp) tool acts similarly to the Move Vertex tool. It allows you to move the vertices of polygons, the end points of segments and arrows, the corners of leaves, and the tips of petals. The key difference is that it leaves the Bezier points for the sides in place. (For an explanation of Bezier points, see the Move Bezier Point tool.) This will cause the sides to warp as the vertex is moved. [Read More]

## Polygon to Point Path

The Polygon to Point Path tool will convert a polygon path of any variety into a collection of points connected invisibly by the original sides of the polygon. The points will be drawn using the polygon’s current paint though the paint can be changed later. The interesting thing about Point Paths is that to all other tools, they appear simply as polygons. That means, for instance, that you can use the Move Vertex tool to move the points around, but since the points are still bound together, you can move the whole collection of them later using the Move tool or rotate them using the Rotate tool. [Read More]