There are tools within LightBurn that you might not be aware of that can likely perform the tasks you’re after. The Boolean tools give trim-like features, you can read more about those HERE - and the Node Edit tool gives you an enormous amount of control over lines as well Edit Node Tool - LightBurn Software Documentation
If neither of those options are satisfactory, we’d welcome you to post your feature request over on lightburn.fider.io, which we use to determine which features to work on next.
New hole, your edit nodes is the best option…Guess I failed to explain this enough…I have a file I picked up from web…I traced it and need to change one part to make the connection hole larger so it will not be so fragile… While you can use the edit nodes it can be difficult to obtain a perfect circle…Wouldn’t it be so easy to click on an eraser and erase the section you wanted without having to delete the entire lines….Also select the circle and make a perfect circle……Here is a pic of what I’m speaking of…
Thanks - of course that’s the problem. I had only constructed the corner of the example. So this technique isn’t really a substitute for an eraser tool. We look forward to one, as and when the guys can do it.