Simon - I don't see how this will work in the scenario described.

>----Original Message----
>From: si...@budig.de
>Date: 31/01/2016 23:27
>To: <gimp-user-list@gnome.org>
>Subj: Re: [Gimp-user] A better way to close a path where an end node 
is on top of a start node
>
>Ofnuts (ofn...@gmx.com) wrote:
>> If you are doing this in a script:
>> 
>>  * copy the backwards tangent of the last node to the first node
>>  * drop the last node and its tangent handles
>>  * mark the stroke closed
>
>or use gimp_vectors_stroke_close.
>
>Bye,
>        Simon
>
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