To readjust your timing, you can drag one or several cells to a new location. You can drag a cell to any other frame in the same column or into another column.
|1.||In the Xsheet view, select one or more cells.|
|2.||In the Xsheet view, select the small dotted area on the left side of the selected cells.|
|3.||Drag the selection to any other cell in the same column or in another column.|
|4.||Do one of the following:|
|‣||Drop the selection to overwrite the existing cells.|
|‣||Hold down Ctrl (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ (Mac OS X) while dropping the selection to copy the cells. The original selection will not be moved.|
|‣||Press Shift while dropping the selection to insert it between the existing frames.|
You can turn off the Gestural Drag Mode for the Xsheet view to prevent drawings from being dragged from one location to another.
|1.||Do one of the following:|
|‣||In the Xsheet view, right-click and deselect the Gestural Drag Mode option.|
|‣||Click the Toggle Gestural Drag Mode button (you may have to customize the toolbar to display it).|
The dragging pad disappears when the Gestural Drag mode is off.