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  1. I am trying to use the sentence diagramming tool to make line diagrams, but I can't drag anything with the mouse. I can use arrow keys to move around words that are already on the diagram workspace, but this is rather cumbersome. And when I try to drag symbols in from the palette, the cursor turns to an X no matter where on the workspace I try to drag it and won't put them down, so I can't make diagrams with the proper symbols. Is there a setting I need to adjust or something like that? Thank you! I'm running Accordance 12.3.2.0 on Windows 8.1.
  2. I would like to suggest a Drag tool (maybe by holding down the space bar, like in Photoshop or other graphics/pdf programs) for the timeline and the atlas, to facilitate quick diagonal (or non-linear) movement, which isn't as quick to do with the scrollbars. And along with that, also to allow (for the Windows version, at least) the Ctrl+MouseWheel combination to quickly zoom in/out of a map or timeline. Also, I think it is also useful to allow zoom in/out of the Hits Graph (with '+' or '-' buttons, or via Ctrl+MouseWheel), to get to identify and view the graph hit points with more precision.
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