I’m in my second jam of this type. I have a base hair shape, and a highlight shape around it. I’ve decided to have the base hair contour the face rather than place a face shape on top. so after editing in the contour to the base hair shape around the face, I now also need my highlight shape to match, which has one or two extensions into the face area. How on earth am I suppose to get an identical portion of path, if I can’t copy and paste a portion of spline?
Count the number of vertices, and add the same number in the highlight shape, and then link each one (hoping I know the proper way to have that happen in the right direction)?
Memorizing these sorts of dead ends, making sure I never edit two shapes that share vertice positions, until I’m absolutely totally, and completely finished with every vertice they might ever share?
Copy the shape that has the vertice set I want, erase the unneeded portion, and then franken-stitch the two with by linking the vertices?
I’m sorry but all of these options are thoroughly hilarious for what should be a simple data copy and insertion.
Am I missing something?