Are there any already developed mxStylesheet styles?

Perhaps some UI designer already created some styles, which are free :), and we can put in our applications as a look and feel for graph.

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Stylesheets are very application specific, I'm not sure what use a collection of stylesheets would be. They're also very simple, generally, you'll probably spend more time looking at other than just implementing one yourself. There isn't that much scope of being creative in them either, so it's not like you need a graphics designer.

(14 Sep '12, 08:07) David

You have a lot of options using the existing styles. And you can choose from a lot of icons on the web to use as vertices. Besides of that there are lots of free shapes out there. See also the bottom paragraph of:

http://www.jgraph.com/doc/mxgraph/index_javavis.html

You can also check out the GraphEditor example as well as the dia example:

http://www.diagram.ly

The free stuff is out there.

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answered 11 Sep '12, 10:30

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Thanks :)

I've already created a few styles but I thought to add some that have been already developed.

(17 Sep '12, 04:23) vvllaaddaa
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