Navigator Dialog? Where is that?
I think DGSketcher means Navigator palette.
Basically we have the Organiser.
That does everything, but takes up a bit of screen space.
Then we have the Navigator that uses less screen space, but losses the ability to drag an drop between project map, view map, layouts and publisher.
But still it takes up screen space so we can turn it off and use the pop-up navigator instead.
So they all have their reasons for being there.
No need to combine them because we already have one that does everything - the Organiser.
But depending on what you are doing at the time, you may not need it taking up space.
So use the one that suits what you are working on.
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