I haven’t found any way to do this and it would be a great workflow advantage to be able to do so:
Eg. If a complex surface has many rows of control points and I want to make changes to only the top 3 x rows of control points using individual control point moving. I would then select all the other rows of control points and temporarily lock them sothat I can’t accidentally select one of the lower row points whilst I am busy tweaking the top rows of surface control points.
The same result could be achieved by hiding the control points that I don’t want accidentally moved, although the lock option of having the locked control points still visible as reference would be preferable.
Is there currently a way of doing this?