I can’t find this in the forum, so I’m putting in a request for it. Could you please expand the mouse’s drag-select function in Dorico Pro so that when you reach the boundary of a screen, the page below auto-scrolls and the selection box continues to expand? I’ve seen this in enough other programs that I thought it was default Windows behavior, so I was a little bit surprised when it didn’t work with Dorico.
Right now in Dorico, when you hit a screen boundary and you want to add to your selection with your mouse, you’ve got to stop, scroll the underlying page manually, and then Ctrl-Left Click and continue drag selecting until you finish or until you hit a screen boundary again (at which point you scroll/Ctrl-Left Click/drag select yet again). You really run into this in Galley view at high magnifications.
Please simplify this for us. Thanks in advance for your help!
I’ll grant you that, but it’s unintuitive for a new user and it forces you to take your finger off of the right-click button, which just feels downright weird. Other apps don’t require the use of the scroll wheel, Alt-click, or anything else (Cakewalk is a good example, if I’m remembering correctly). Just click and start dragging, then let go when you’re finished. Voila, selection done.