Selection and Panning
Select or pan the board
When hovering over an object, the cursor becomes the pointer cursor allowing you to select and manipulate an object.
When not hovering over any objects, the cursor becomes the hand cursor allowing you to pan the board.
Note: The default option for those allowed to edit the board.
Cursor Types and their Meaning
The pointer cursor means you can select and manipulate an object.
The hand cursor means you can pan the board.
The crosshair cursor allows you to select an area or to draw the size of a shape.
Note: If presented when a shape is selected, clicking the board without drawing a size will automatically display it at its default size.
This cursor appears when there is a special action that will occur when clicked or clicked and dragged.
For example, this cursor will appear when hovering over a blue or white circle between the endpoints of a line or arrow to indicate that selection and dragging differ from normal behavior, in this case, allowing you to bend a curved line or alter a stepped line.
This cursor appears to inform you that there is another object below the object you are hovering. Clicking will still select the object for manipulation, just like the pointer cursor.