I'm using UserObject model to insert a vertex on mxGraph using drag n drop.

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When a vertex is created with default parent (using graph.getDefaultParent() ), the position is where it is inserted is correct.

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When inserted inside another vertex to form a parent-child relationship, the child cell location is shifted making the parent cell re-size itself. Is there a way to translate the point of insertion ?

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I'm using graph.getPointForEvent method to get the drop location.

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Thanks

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 var doc = mxUtils.createXmlDocument();\n var mxNode = doc.createElement("MyNode");\n mxNode.setAttribute('myId', 300);\n mxNode.setAttribute('name', "TestName");\n\n    var funct = function (graph, evt, target)\n    {\n        try\n        {\n            var cell = null;\n            var pt = graph.getPointForEvent(evt);\n\n            if (null == target)\n            {\n                target = graph.getDefaultParent();\n            }\n\n            graph.getModel().beginUpdate();\n            {\n                cell = graph.insertVertex(target, null, mxNode, pt.x, pt.y, width, height, style);\n            }\n            graph.getModel().endUpdate();\n\n            if (null != cell)\n            {\n                graph.setSelectionCells(cell);\n                graph.scrollCellToVisible(cell);\n            }\n        }\n        catch (e)\n        {\n            alert(e);\n        }\n    };\n

asked 18 Sep '11, 14:11

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Try this for pt:

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var pt = graph.getPointForEvent(evt);  \nvar targetState = graph.getView().getState(target);\n\nif (targetState != null)\n{\n    var scale = graph.getView().scale;\n    pt.x -= targetState.origin.x * scale;\n    pt.y -= targetState.origin.y * scale;\n}\n
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answered 19 Sep '11, 04:42

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Thanks! that worked perfectly!

(19 Sep '11, 11:45) BlackCoffee
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