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MindFusion.Java Pack 2018.R1
Sep 3rd, 2018 at 11:50am
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The list below describes changes and additions we have made to MindFusion.Java Pack, 2018.R1:

Java 10 now supported by all components in the pack.

Diagramming for Java Swing

Export Excel files
The ExcelExporter class from com.mindfusion.diagramming.export package exports diagrams to Excel Open XML format (XSLX). Diagrams are exported as Excel AutoShapes drawings. The export overload that takes a DiagramDocument parameter creates a sheet for each DiagramPage in the document. The export(Diagram) overload creates a single Excel sheet.

Text improvements
  • Caption text of TableNode and ContainerNode objects can wrap to multiple lines in plain-text mode.
  • Table cell text can wrap to multiple lines in plain-text mode too (i.e. when EnableStyledText is disabled).
  • TextPadding now works for ContainerNode captions.

  • Improved back-buffer allocation code. The memory footprint of the diagram should now be much lower and drawing should be slightly faster.
  • Automatic layouts should now preserve shape of multi-segment links in containers.
  • Fixed exceptions in CascadeLayout and LayeredLayout with LinkType set to Cascading.
  • Fixed LinkLabel loading code from old XML diagram formats.

MindFusion Virtual Keyboard

Virtual Keyboard control added to the pack.

MindFusion Virtual Keyboard is an on-screen keyboard component that enables text and shortcut input through touch, mouse or stylus events. It is implemented as a Java Swing control and can be easily integrated with any application running on a JVM (Java virtual machine). The control works similarly to software keyboards of mobile devices, letting users input text into the currently focused entry field. It is especially useful for applications running on touch screen terminals, such as POS or industrial systems. The integration of an onscreen virtual keyboard can also be used to enhance traditional desktop applications with accessibility features.

With Virtual Keyboard you can:
  • implement text input in keyboardless environment
  • build Kiosk or POS user interfaces with a limited number of input keys
  • send keys as input to external applications
  • implement accessibility features for users with mobility impairments
  • show common words for your application as keys in the keyboard

Virtual Keyboard has been tested with the most popular Java development environments and JVM languages, and is used by companies from all around the world to create applications for various operating systems.

The trial version of MindFusion.Java Pack 2018.R1 is available for direct download from

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