1. Make it so that Shift-Click toggles the selection of an object. Example, I shift select several objects and then shift select one more...oops, wrong object selected, but no worries, just shift select it again and it will unselect, right? WRONG!!! Now I have to start over!!!
2. Why the HECK can a grid line be MOVED?!? While trying to click-on-and-move an object, I instead grabbed a gridline and moved it!!! Undo doesn't fix this, either!!!!!!
OR, perhaps the better question is, why are grid lines behaving like guide lines?? And if they are
guidelines, WHY SO FREAKIN' MANY OF THEM?!? I only need one (at a time)!
OR, how about: What's the use of Grid lines, if objects won't snap to them? How are Grid lines different than Guide lines. Or is this yet another example of CoffeeCups rebellious attempt to REDEFINE everything [Grid lines are now Guide lines, a Property is now an Object, corner handles now rotate an object rather than re-size it].
Grid lines should NOT be selectable and should NEVER move! And, why the HECK do I get a screen full of "Guides" when I select "Insert Horizontal Guide" [singular, not plural!!!] I only want ONE guide line! And why are vertical guides showing up (is "Horizontal" now the new "Vertical"???)
Note: As I wrote this, it became more and more clear that in the Visual Site Designer Universe, there really is no such thing as a "grid line" -- its all "guides"! It only appears to be a grid BECAUSE THERE ARE SO DANG MANY OF THEM!!! In other words, "Grid" means "a Grid of Guides".
3. Where's "Snap to Grid" [oh, wait, it's not a grid, RIGHT?] If so, then how about adding a grid and then adding "snap to grid"?
4. How about, also, Snap to Object?
When we look at the things around us, we only see them as they were in the past. We really have no perception of reality, at all!