by the way… I would suggest that Rhino introduce a new command, a variation to

"Curve: interpolate points"

I can draw an interpolated curve , simply by clicking on other curves, right ?

We could call those clicked positions for "intersection points"

and the curves that I clicked on, for "intersecting curves"

The data for the intersection points are defining the new, interpolated curve.

But if i then nudge any of the intersecting curves, the interpolated curve remains unaltered…

And I would have to redraw it to get intersecting curves again.

I think it could be very cool, if the interpolated curve would be updated, when nudging the intersecting curves, and thus get the same effect, when drawing curves through points, with history.

Only, you wouldnt have to draw a bunch of points first, you could just very quickly draw intersecting + interpolated curves.

I know this is possible in “Grasshopper”, but for my workflow its a bit overkill to open a “Explicit History” session just for a few curves here and there…

You could call this new command: Curve: Interpolate “sticky” points

thanks Hans Henrik