It would be nice to display vertices at all time. Currently a line has to be selected for it to draw vertices. Maybe a button to turn it on and off.
Allow vertices editing directly when single feature is selected in edit mode.To press Edit Vertices button after a single feature was selected is an unnecessary step in editing workflow which slows down productivity.
we are currently using a developer tool right now to see the vertices. Using the tool doesn’t affect performance and should be “in the box”. Also, holding down the “v” key isn’t efficient when you need one finger to hold it down the whole time and you could be using that “free” hand to follow a map or something…
While this may not be exactly what you're looking for, ArcGIS Pro's symbology now allows you to use a point shape marker at features' vertices. Again, this is a comment more geared towards the idea of drawing vertices, not necessarily exposing them for editing.
See the Position and place marker symbol layers—ArcGIS Pro | ArcGIS Desktop documentation for more about marker symbol layers and their positioning.
This used to be a standard feature in the old ARC/INFO versions ('draw vertices'-option) - gone as a lot of other useful features that used to be standard some 30 years ago!
ARCPLOT's RESELECT with KEYFILE is the one I really miss. AML forever, man!
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