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I'm not sure if this is something to do with the preset or a default setting that I can't find the switch for. I'm trying to finally learn Blender after years of 3ds Max and I was extremely glad that it now ships with the Max and Maya style UI options. In edit mode, when I CTRL-Click to select multiple objects, Blender will try to automatically select any points in between the two I select, unless I go back, unselect the auto-selected point and try selecting again. And if there's multiple points between my two selection points, forget it. I see where this could be a useful feature but not as a default, so how do I turn it off?

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    $\begingroup$ This is what blender does by default normally, not sure about the 3Ds max preset. With default blender Shift + RMB selects individual vertices $\endgroup$
    – gandalf3
    Feb 3, 2015 at 20:51

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gandalf, that got me pointed in the right direction. ⇧ Shift⎈ CtrlLMB LMB does it in the Max preset.

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