I mean the fretboard diagram: I know one can save a variation of a pre-exisisting chord, which as you state can then be re-selected later by Shift-Alt-Q showing all variations of that named chord. What I want to do is save a chord diagram with my own specific fingering, and re-name the chord so that it appears in the chord symbols, and can be selected by typing that new chord name from symbols. So that as in my example above, on a songsheet with a sequence running Am (with chord diagram) and Am with my F in the bass, the chord symbols can only be “Amin”. I want the player to be able to see immediately that the chord is different from the basic A minor. I do not want to spell this chord symbol as Fmaj7 for example, and typing F/Amin in the popup just gives me an F chord with open E & A, and the symbol is simply F/A, so not what I want. In this particular case I’d probably call the chord “F/Am”, and this would show up above the diagram, making it very clear to the player. In Guitar Pro one can save any amount of new chords and diagrams, and these get saved in the chord diagram library. This would be a great addition to Dorico.