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    Bill commented  · 

    Dragging and dropping a sibling onto another sibling does this in version 2.0 already - the dragged sibling becomes a child of the node onto which it is dragged .... and dropped - if you wish to drag and drop node anywhere in fact - you can!
    I am using version 2.0 of MindMup on both a windows computer and a chromebook in both cases I use the chrome browser.

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    Bill commented  · 

    This is available in version 2.0 - I use chrome on both windows and a chromebook and this works in the way you suggest it should!

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    Bill commented  · 

    Hi Helen, I use Google Chrome on both a windows computer and a Chromebook - and all child nodes DO surround the parent node.

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    Bill commented  · 

    I believe this can be accomplished already - perhaps not in a way that is ideal for you - but...

    All my mindmaps are stored on google drive.

    I have one "Master Mind Mup" and an increasing number of "project Mind Mups" each node of the "Master Mind Mup" is named the same as each "Project Mind Mup".

    I then simply paste the link of each "Project" into the appropriately named node of the "Master Mind Mup".

    I then find it easy to always open the "Master Mind Mup" and click on the node for the project I wish to work with.

    I have taken this a step further by having large projects linked from the "Master Mind Mup" and the large "Project" node itself has nodes which contain links to the sub-projects of the large project.

    I hope this is clear - if not contact me and I can explain further.

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