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Disable Diagram Feature or Functionality

Disabling the various functionalities of diagram and its nodes

The methodologies given below illustrates how to disable diagram, model and node’s functionalities.

Diagram:

Allow Drop:

It is used to indicate whether the item can be dropped in the diagram or not, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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DefaultContextMenuEnabled:

It is used to indicate to whether the default context menu of the diagram can be shown or not, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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ShowRulers:

It is used to indicate whether the rulers for the diagram is shown or not, where by default it is set as ‘false’.

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Model:

BoundaryConstraintsEnabled:

It is used to indicate that whether the movement of objects is constrained to the model, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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EnableSelectionListSubstitute:

It is used to indicate that whether the separate selection handles can be drawn for each and every node while selecting multiple nodes or not, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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LineBridgingEnabled:

It is used to indicate whether the user can enable line bridging for the model/connector while the connectors gets intersected, where by default it is set as false’.

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LineRoutingEnabled:

It is used to indicate whether the user can enable line routing for model/connector, where by default it is set asfalse’.

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SizeToContent:

It is used to indicate whether the models can be re-sized to fit based on its content (node and connector), where by default it is set as ‘false’.

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EditStyle:

AllowChangeHeight:

It is used to indicate whether the user can able to change the height of the node in runtime, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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AllowChangeWidth:

It is used to indicate whether the user can change the width of the node in runtime, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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AllowDelete:

It is used to indicate whether the user can allow to delete a node in runtime, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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AllowMove:

It is used to indicate whether the user can perform moving operation over the node in runtime, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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AllowMoveX:

It is used to indicate whether the user can move the node towards x axis in runtime, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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AllowMoveY:

It is used to indicate whether the user can move the nodes towards y axis in runtime, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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AllowResize:

It is used to indicate whether the user can resize the nodes in runtime, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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AllowSelect:

It is used to indicate whether the user can select the nodes in runtime, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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AllowVertexEdit:

It is used to indicate whether the user can enable the vertex edit for the node, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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AspectRatio:

It is used to indicate whether the user can set the dimensions of the each and every nodes to be equal, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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Enabled:

It is used to indicate that whether the node is enabled, where by default it is set as ‘true’.

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HidePinPoint:

It is used to indicate whether the user can hide the pin point of the node, where by default it is set asfalse’.

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HideRotationHandle:

It is used to indicate whether the user can hide the node’s rotation handle, where by default it is set asfalse’.

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Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
5769 11/25/2015 11/26/2015 Windows Forms Diagram
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