Hi, We do have the ability to lock events on our list of functionality to add in the future. If you move an event by accident, then undo should be able to reverse this, are you finding that it isn't working for you? Jess
I want to second this! I have historical and celestial events that are actual and need to be locked. I work around it by positioning other events relative to these locked events, but it would be FABULOUS if we could LOCK the event and it has a different shade outline so we can see it's locked.
We definitely need to be able to lock events! It is way too easy to move them around by mistake.
I don't know how much time I spend moving events to correct for inadvertent shuffling of the timeline. This usually happens when an even is converted to a parent container. If there could be a way to easily establish a relationship between events, i.e., event A influences event B, but it does not force a change in date of event B, that would literally save me hours of reworking my timeline.
Hi, Locking events is something we are planning to implement in a future release and we are also looking at implementing different types of dependencies and relationships between events that do not always force date changes of these events. Jess
I would very much like to have the ability to lock the events to a historical timeline as a default setting. Once an event has happened it is now history. The only need to make a change would be to correct an errant date for the event. Perhaps require the option/alt key to temporarily unlock and move the event, and be locked to the new place when the key is released. This function would be turned on and off in the program settings. I'm looking forward to how you implement this function in the next update.