Moving connected root nodes together
While child nodes can be moved with their root nodes, I cannot move root nodes thogether when they are connected by arrows (not by just lines). In our classroom we give students a template of unconnected root nodes, and ask them to connect them logically using arrows that point from the causes towards the consequences. Unfortunately, the arrow connection only exist between root nodes. If I drag one root node into another one, then I can create a child node, but the connection is not an arrow. It is important to use the arrows to demonstrate the flow on the map. So far I could find only one cumbersome solution for this. I link two root nodes with an arrow. Then I drag one into the other, which creates a line between them, while preserving the arrow. Then I change the color of the line to white, so it disappears and only the arrow stays visible. This is of course not very practical.
Please make it possible that root nodes connected by arrows can be grouped and moved together. This would make the rearrangement of the map much easier. We have used Inspiration before, which could do this, but unfortuntely they will not support the new MAC OS, so we are looking for something that can we use as a replacement.