Yeah as far as I can see those tools include a delete single node tool, but no one to select a bunch at a time and delete them all.
Do you mean manual TIN editing is sort of retired? Do you know of another method that would achieve the same goal? I had thought about exporting the tin to points using TIN Node, removing the points then converting back to a TIN, but this would not preserve breakline types.
... sort of retired...
my signature, you will have one someday.
I don't have a tin to edit... so holding the shift key while selecting doesn't work?
The Delete Node tool Delete Node allows you to select nodes and delete them from the TIN surface.
If it doesn't it should say
The Delete Node tool Delete Node allows you to select nodes one at a time and painfully delete them one at a time, selection after selection them from the TIN surface.
reconstructing the tin from a set of removed points won't be the same