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The documentation says that Ctrl + RMB (in Edit Mode) can create vertices, faces and polygons, as well as extrude existing ones. But the description about Ctrl + Shift + RMB is not entirely clear. What does this feature add?

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Now I get it. Ctrl + ⇧ Shift + RMB limits the rotation of the first edge. Pressing Ctrl + RMB rotates the first edge slightly towards the new edge, while pressing Ctrl + ⇧ Shift + RMB stays in place.

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This extrudes to where you click with the mouse pointer cursor (not the blender cursor). The difference between using shift and not using shift is shown below in the animations.

Ctrl + RMB Ctrl + RMB

Ctrl + Shift + RMB Ctrl + Shift + RMB

As you can see using shift does not rotate the "extruded from face" to create a more gradual angle.

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