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Symbol Background Image and RadialTreeLayout question

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47709 Aug 10,2006 10:31 AM Aug 11,2006 07:50 AM Windows Forms 2
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Tien Hoang
Asked On August 10, 2006 10:31 AM

Hi,

I have two questions that are related to SyncFusion Diagram:

1. Is it possible to have an image as the background for a symbol? In another word, I want that symbol to "look" as if it was the image.

2. I am currently using the RadialTreeLayout for an application. However, after adding all the symbols and links (among the symbols), updating the diagram results in overlapping area where symbols are stacked up on each other. I''ve tried to change the paramters in the constructor of RadialTreeLayoutManager (...) but it doest solve the problem.


Many thanks!

Tien Hoang
Replied On August 10, 2006 11:03 AM

I''ve found an answer to my first questiong using the BitmapNode data structure.

Thanks to the detailed online documentation of Essential Studio!


>Hi,

I have two questions that are related to SyncFusion Diagram:

1. Is it possible to have an image as the background for a symbol? In another word, I want that symbol to "look" as if it was the image.

2. I am currently using the RadialTreeLayout for an application. However, after adding all the symbols and links (among the symbols), updating the diagram results in overlapping area where symbols are stacked up on each other. I''ve tried to change the paramters in the constructor of RadialTreeLayoutManager (...) but it doest solve the problem.


Many thanks!

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 11, 2006 07:50 AM


Hi Hoang,

Thank you for the update.

Good to hear that you got resolved with the issue regarding creating a symbol with images.Please do contact us if you find any difficulties in working with BitmapNodes.

With regard to the RadialLayout issue, you can control the overlapping of nodes by changing the bounds of the Layout that you have built.For your reference you can look into the ChangingDirection sample ( diagram.web\Samples\1.1\LayoutManagers\ChangingDirection ) in which we can view different layout configurations by selecting the required option , and clicking the Apply button.In the sample even if the Height/Width of the Layout is reduced the nodes doesn''t get loaded over each other. Kindly, refer the sample.

If I am wrong in getting your requirements could you please provide us a sample that demonstrates the issue?

Please let us know if you have any further queries, we will be glad to assist you.

Regards,
Praveena.

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