Hi, i have a question and could not find a hint for a solution so far.

I have a vertex (A) that is connected through an edge to vertex B. Then i have another vertex (C) that is also connected through an edge to vertex B.

The two incoming edges of vertex B seem to "use" the same port (or terminals or however that is called) so they overlap each other. Sure i could use a different edge style than EDGESTYLE_ORTHOGONAL (that would possibly prevent from overlapping) but i would like each edge to be connected to an own "port" in general! The two ports should then lie on different positions of vertex B.

Is that possible and if yes, how can i add such an additional "port" and connect an edge to that specific one?

Thanks a lot, mavo

asked 16 Jan '13, 05:52

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answered 16 Jan '13, 10:02

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edited 16 Jan '13, 10:02

Connection points - It's exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!

(27 Jan '13, 17:21) mavo
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