Turn inferences into arrows
It would be great to use arrows to represent inferences in argument visualization mode. This would indicate the direction of support. As it stands, the green lines don't tell the viewer which claims support what. They're just connected. But, if there were arrows going from lower claims to higher ones, this would be an easy visual cue that tells viewers which claims support which claims. I should note that this is standard practice in pen-and-paper argument mapping.
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