If your links are with Polyline or Cascading Shape, they can be rendered with rounded joints between the segments. You need to call the new Diagram.setRoundedLinks(true) method to enable this. The radius of joint arcs is specified with the Diagram.setRoundedLinksRadius.
The component can now represent the crossing point of two links either as an arc (bridge) drawn for the link with the higher Z-index, or as a cut in the link with lower Z-index. Call the Diagram.setLinkCrossings() methods with either LinkCrossings.Arcs or LinkCrossings.Cut as an argument. The radius of crossing arcs is specified with Diagram.setCrossingRadius().
- By node rotation, the links are now routed around the rotated node’s boundaries.
- The new routeAllLinks pulls apart link segments that would overlap.
- A set of new predefined node shapes are added to the Shapes class: RightTriangle, Decagon, Trapezoid, Star4Pointed, Star5Pointed, Star6Pointed, Star7Pointed, Star16Pointed, Star24Pointed, Star32Pointed, Donut and Plaque.
- and much more – read the full list here.
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