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I have a long path object that I designed in top down view but I want to have a downward slope over the whole thing. Is there a quick way I could do this? Like position my first and last points where I want them on the Z axis and interpolate all other points along the curve?

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To change the slope of your curve, without changing the projected view in top view, you can use the proportional editing tool with a linear falloff in projected mode. You can find it in the top middle of the viewport. Use these settings:

Proportional editing settings

Select the vertex or vertices on the far end of the curve that should be at the bottom of the slope:

Curve

Go to the side view, hit G to move, Z to move along the Z-axis and use the scroll wheel to adjust the area that is affected by the proportional editing tool. It is a grey circle around the pivot point. Try to get the circle as close to the highest part of the slope as possible without having those vertices inside the circle:

Slope

Place the slope however you like and hit enter to confirm.

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