[NTG-context] FLOWcharts connection bug

Ramm, Henning ntg-context@ntg.nl
Thu, 15 Jan 2004 17:39:45 +0100


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Hello Hans and everyone!

Every connection whose origin is the bottom of a cell
and that goes somewhere upwards, draws first up into the cell.

Connections from bottom to bottom cause always a metapost error.

(ConTeXt 2004-01-13; TeXLive 7 on WinNT; pdfTeX 1.11a-2.1)


Some nice-to-have features of FLOWchart connections would be:

- crossing vertical lines should draw an bow at the crossing=20
(configurable)
- force a line to go via some point (cell coordinate) or several points=20=

instead shortest way
- parallel lines should draw side by side


Herzliche Gr=FC=DFe!
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Henning Hraban Ramm

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<smaller>Hello Hans and everyone!</smaller>


<smaller>Every connection whose origin is the bottom of a cell

and that goes somewhere upwards, draws first up into the cell.</smaller>


<smaller>Connections from bottom to bottom cause always a metapost
error.</smaller>


<smaller>(ConTeXt 2004-01-13; TeXLive 7 on WinNT; pdfTeX =
1.11a-2.1)</smaller>



<smaller>Some nice-to-have features of FLOWchart connections would =
be:</smaller>


<smaller>- crossing vertical lines should draw an bow at the crossing
(configurable)

- force a line to go via some point (cell coordinate) or several
points instead shortest way

- parallel lines should draw side by side</smaller>



<smaller>Herzliche Gr=FC=DFe!

-------------------

Henning Hraban Ramm

</smaller>=

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