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Lets say i want to extrude upper half of right wall of a rectangle. thus i add a new node right middle of other two and select right side of the rectangle and move it holding right arrow key. and thats the end product

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However thats not what i want. i want it like that

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How i can accomplish this task. Thanks alot

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    thats because you have only added one node, but your requirement is of two nodes, try adding one more and then adjust. – Joykal Infotech Jan 8 at 13:13
  • @JoykalInfotech is correct. count the nodes in both your examples. You'll see the difference right there. – GoofyMonkey Jan 8 at 14:37
  • @JoykalInfotech i already added it as you see in 2nd example. but its so hard to do because it must be very close(at the top tbh) to the other one. i am asking if there is a better way to do that – kai Jan 8 at 16:33
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    Two other options: use another rectangle, and subtract it from the first OR use the 'draw vertical and horizontal lines only' mode of the Bézier tool to draw the figure. – Moini Jan 8 at 22:16
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Add a new node (double click or Ctrl+Alt+click on the path). Switch on cusp node snapping.

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Drag and snap the new node exactly to the other node.

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Select and move the segment.

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