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In the video you claim the only way to identify two points on top of each other is by clicking on them and getting the selection menu pop up.
I would probably instead filter out where the problem is by window-selecting 3 or 4 control points and check the command bar if the selected number of control points matches with how many I see selected. Rather than clicking on points one by one…
Thanks for watching and commenting. You are right. It would definitely be more more efficient.
My goal is to introduce the problem, summarize the analysis, and then demonstrate a solution. I can always see another one or two ways to do it better (like yours) but the new information can get cluttered.
Ideally, there should be a command that highlights duplicate points, just like the command that highlights duplicate geometry.
There is not a command as such but if you turn on Filter then while holding down Ctrl Button click the Point Box in the Filter. Then run SelDup Command and it will only select duplicate pts in the file even if there are duplicates of other geometries etc
By Holding down Ctrl its only activated for one Command/Click so need need to do anything with filter after.
When in a command,
Hold Ctrl if you want Osnaps like, Between, On Crv, Etc .
Hold Shift if you temporarily want just Osnaps for, End, Tan, Etc