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  1. The final entries on my running wish list for NVivo (for now): Please add this phrase before each: "It would be nice if..." (11) ...when the scroll bar is used to scroll a document, the coding stripes moved in synch with the document window. (12) ...whenever there is the option to spread (e.g., Node Browser/Coding) there were the option to undo/unspread the spreading. (13) ...one could set user preferences (such as, speaking of spreading, default spread to enclosing paragraph) (14) ...one could not only create Sets, but create subsets of sets as well.
  2. The next 5 entries on my running wish list for NVivo: Please add this phrase before each: "It would be nice if..." (6) ...if the coder, in Explorer Style, still bolded the nodes that code a document. But if in addition, when one makes a text selection, it left on only the bolding of nodes that code the selection. (7) ...one could halt the "Search" process (e.g., one realizes a mistake after initiating a huge search). (8) ...the edit menu in the Node Browser permitted selections for text, nodes, etc. (9) ...there were a more intuitive way to choose which pane is the active pane in the Set Editor. (10) ...there were the possibility to Copy Coding from within the Node Browser (as there is within the Document Browser).
  3. The first 5 entries on my running wish list for NVivo: Please add this phrase before each: "It would be nice if..." (1) ...when in Node Explorer, changing a node property caused the change to show up immediately. (E.g., changing a node's number in order to affect the order in which it appears. It takes extra "clicks" to see the nodes re-sorted. (2) ...one were allowed to change the case (e.g., lower to upper) of a letter in a node's name and not get an error message that the name is already in use. (3) ...a nwe spread option were "to plus or minus X (= some number of) surrounding paragraphs." (4) ...one could optionally expand the coding bar so that one could see more of the "lineage" of a node at a time. (5) ...one could optionally contract the height of the coder beyond the current limit for those times when one needs to see more of the document beneath.
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