I have a question regarding SubGraphs and their labels.
When I collapse a subgraph that has a simple node in it (not a subgraph), the label of the outer subgraph is displayed correctly, but if the subgraph has another subgraph in it, then when I collapse the outer subgraph, the label is displayed not where it should be.
(I work with version 22.214.171.124 on Windows Vista 32bit).
I attached some screenshots of the problem.
Is there a way to make the label show correctly when the the subgraph is collapsed?
Thanks in advance!
Do you override LayoutLabel in your SubGraph class?
I tried to override it, but it didn’t help. Maybe I just don’t set the position of the label correctly. Could you explain to me how can I correct the position of the label inside LayoutLabel? I would be very thankful.
What are your settings for CollapsedLabelSpot and Collapsed Margins?
I tried both calling lab.SetSpotLocation(TopCenter, h, TopCenter), and lab.SetSpotLocation(TopLeft, h, TopRight), where lab is the label, and setting this.CollapsedLabelSpot = TopCenter; where this is the subgraph.
None of them helped.
What I want is to set the position of the label to the center of the collapsed subgraph.
I guess I’ll have to see the code on this one. Wrap this up in as small a sample as you can that I can build and run, but that reproduces the problem. Send that to “godiagram”. (at this domain)