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Selecting a cube's vertex displays an orange point (sure it is vertex) with its connected three edges (edges highlighted as orange to black gradient).

For example, selecting a vertex in 3ds Max only highlights the vertex point.

In Blender, when selecting a vertex, it does highlight the vertex point with its connected edges. I don't want to see gradient orange edges.

Is there an option to change how vertices are highlighted?

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What is or is not shown is in the Properties Region N on the right hand side of the 3D viewport. Untick edges in Mesh Display → Overlays:

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You can show/hide vertexes, edges, vertex normals, face normals, etc.

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