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Problem Connecting lines to Nodes

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71993 Feb 25,2008 06:26 PM UTC Mar 6,2008 09:56 PM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: Diagram
shavit Roee
Asked On February 25, 2008 06:26 PM UTC

I have a major problem using the diagram;
I am using the diagram with regular rectangles to which I have added multiple connection points, while using the orthogonal link tool I am having lots of problems connecting to a chosen connection point and not to the central port of a Node; disabling the central port is not good because it makes it very hard to even establish a connection, the diagram also combines some of the line to form unified lines which is also not good;
How do I use the ConnectionPointType does it do anything
I need some tips and guidelines to solve this issue
A sample that demonstrate control over the line and connections would be very helpful
Roee Shavit

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 6, 2008 09:56 PM UTC

Hi Shavit ,

The OrthogonalLineConnector connects the custom ports of the nodes perfectly.

The OrthogonalLineConnector not only connect the center ports and also connects the custom ports of the nodes perfectly in v. Please refer to the attached sample that works fine in v6.2.0.7.


Please let us know if you are able to see the problem in this sample?



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