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I have 2 Grease Pencil strokes each consisting of 2 vertices, where both start from the same spot. (see A in image)

Is there a way I can merge these 2 strokes into one continuous stroke consisting of only 3 vertices? (see B in image)

I'm looking for something like "Remove doubles" function when editing mesh, where it takes selected points and turns them all into a single point in the middle.

There is "Join strokes" function, but it doesn't do that, and instead only makes a new stroke between the disconnected ones - even if they are in exactly the same spot.

I can achieve what I want with "Join strokes" then selecting one of the 2 vertices then CTRL+X then "Dissolve", but I'm looking for a way to do that faster. Is there any?

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In edit mode, select the first stroke and select the vertex you want to join.

Shift select the second stroke and select the next vertex to join.

Use Stroke > Join (or the shortcut ⎈ Ctrl+J)

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Note that you cannot connect vertices that are not on the edges of a stroke.

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  • $\begingroup$ This is the "Join strokes" function that I was referring to in my question. It simply joins the two points with a line between them, instead of merging them into one point, which is what I want. $\endgroup$ – Architector 4 Jan 28 at 21:49
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You can enable Automerge while Drawing in Blender 2.92 (Download Daily Build)

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    $\begingroup$ Looks good, but is there a way to do this with strokes that are already made? $\endgroup$ – Architector 4 Dec 18 '20 at 8:44
  • $\begingroup$ I'm using 2.92 and don't see an automerge button anywhere in the 2D Animation context. $\endgroup$ – R-800 Feb 25 at 2:12

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