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Diagonal Links have very large clickable area

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69945 Nov 19,2007 12:50 PM Nov 24,2007 01:25 AM ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 1
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Peter Swallow
Asked On November 19, 2007 12:50 PM

Hi,

When I have a link on the diagram and it is in a diagonal fashion between two nodes. The link has a very large clickable area, which is rectangular, in the same aspect orientation as the diagram itself. Therefore it you have other nodes which are near the link, it makes it very difficult for the user to select these links.
I am sure previously you only have a small area of the link which was clickable. Will it help if I use the GenerateImageMap? or will I lose certain functionality in other places (e.g. callbacks) by doing this?

Any suggestions welcome.

Thanks,

Peter


Melba Winshia [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 24, 2007 01:25 AM

Hi Peter,

Thank you for your interest in Syncfusion Products.

1. Diagonal Links have very large clickable area:

This is the normal behavior of Essential diagram and this clickable area cannot be reduced.

2. I am sure previously you only have a small area of the link which was clickable:

The current diagram code was fully refactored and we have made a lot of changes, implemented a lot of features in v5.x. The new source will not support the older source. We regret for the inconvenience caused.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks,
Melba




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