I'm trying to select carefully placed annotations to edit them, and it's difficult to select each item in sequence without accidentally inducing a tiny click-drag which moves the item unintentionally when I only intended to click it.
Is there a no-drag mode, or a similar option which I can toggle as needed, to only take clicks and not click-drag inputs?
I suppose that I could Lock location of every object that I don't want to move, or add relations to a hidden grid, or such. I'm trying to avoid this tedium, both in setup and breaking the Lock when good composition requires moving it. However, I am perpetuating these drawings across multiple documents to express externally similar assemblies with save_as and replace model, so maybe initial tedium will carry over to future iterations.
Workarounds that I've considered which may approximate what I want, if such a setting does not exist:
Selection sets that I can lock and unlock as desired? That adds another thing to alter with changes and composition as new annotations may be added.
Mouse control hackery such as a 3rd party utility which accomplishes an input filter to achieve what I want.
Hiding everything else to make annotation selections simpler, although it'd be more difficult to edit correctly when I can't see what it's connected to.