I’m sure I’m missing something obvious here. I’m using Synfig Studio on Windows 10.
Here’s a Warp layer. It has six ducks, amongst them Source Top-Left, Source Bottom-Right, Destination Top-Left, and Destination Bottom-Right. I’m not warping yet, and so Source Top-Left and Destination Top-Left are exactly on top of one another.
So how do I “grab” the lower duck?
What happens to me in practice: No matter what mouse/key combination I try, I always seem to get the upper duck. Murphy’s law being what it is, this turns out to be the “wrong” duck. Well okay, so now they aren’t on top of each other any more, so now I can grab the other one and move it in position. But now I have a hard time reconstructing exactly where the “wrong” one was originally, and this hassle costs a lot of time.
Surely there must be a better workflow for this?