You can disconnect nodes by pulling the extremity of a cable and dropping it in the empty space in the Node view. You can also use the Cable Cutter mode of the Node view to instantly remove several connections with a mouse gesture.
- Do one of the following:
Using the mouse, click and drag on the top port of the bottom node. This will tear the cable off the port. Drag the cable to an empty space in the Node view and drop it to delete the connection.
- Click on the cable and press Del to delete it.
- Click on the cable and drag it to delete it.
While holding the Alt key, click on the node and drag it away from the connection.
In the Node View toolbar, click the Cable Cutter button to toggle it on.
Click and drag over all the cables you want to remove.
- Once you are done cutting cables, click the Cable Cutter button again to toggle it off.
You can assign a keyboard shortcut to toggle or temporarily enable Cable Cutter mode. To do this, assign keyboard shortcuts to the Cable Cutter or Cable Cutter Override commands in the Node View section of the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog. To access the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog:
or GNU/Linux: In the top menu, select Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts.
- macOS: In the top menu, select Harmony Premium > Keyboard Shortcuts.