Hi, \nIs it possible to nest vertices into each other? I mean, I want to somehow put some vertices into another one, let's call it "parent" vertex. Between the "child" vertices there will be edges, and even edges from a child vertex to another vertex outside the group. Is it possible to do something like this? Can you give me an example? \nThank you!

asked 09 Nov '11, 13:38

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Yes, just use the group as the parent cell when inserting new cells.

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answered 09 Nov '11, 23:48

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Thank you. I tried that, but all vertices were overlayed.

(10 Nov '11, 01:18) szabobalazs

Try setting the x- and y-coordinates so that they don't overlap.

(10 Nov '11, 02:22) Gaudenz

is it possible to lock the child in the parent. If I use

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Object v1 = graph.insertVertex(parent, null, "Hello", 20, 20, 80, 30);\ngraph.insertVertex(v1, null, "World!", 20, 20, 80, 30);\n
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for example the layout is correct, but I can move around the second vertex.

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I would like to have that only the parent is draggable and that the children move with it.

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Is this possible ?

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answered 05 Dec '11, 23:53

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found it out by using ports

(08 Dec '11, 03:35) mremersoncod
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