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DirectedTreeLayout and draging nodes

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117877 Jan 3,2015 10:53 AM UTC Jan 5,2015 07:30 AM UTC WinRT 1
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Tags: SfDiagram
Vladimir
Asked On January 3, 2015 10:53 AM UTC

Hi there,

I have a question, I have an app where I use DirectedTreeLayout and all nodes constraints set to Constraints = Constraints | NodeConstraints.AllowPan;
In other words user is not allowed to move the nodes, he can only add and remove nodes. In addition to that I would like to implement the draging of nodes.  Draging should be only possible for the currently selected node and after user releases the button node should be moved to a new location and Layout should be reapplied.
The scenario I am going to implement is demonstrated on the sketch I attached. 
What would be the best strategy of implementing the mentioned scenario with sfDiagram?

thanks!

Attachment: drag_demo_19e036dd.zip

Saranya Chandrasekaran [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 5, 2015 07:30 AM UTC

Hi Vladimir,

We have considered your requirement “Preview for Dragging the Node in SfDiagram” as Feature. So, we have created a new incident (#133565) under your Direct-Trac account to have a follow up with the requested feature. We would request to follow that incident for further technical support.

Please let us know if you have further assistance on this.
Regards,
Saranya C


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