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Mindmap Tutorial: Positioning of the ThreadItems [message #143637] Sun, 22 July 2007 21:45 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: rb_account.yahoo.de

Hello,

I have just finished the beginner's tutorial and came up with the
following question:

The Threads can be positioned and resized within the compartment.
The ThreadItems within a Thread are automatically placed under the last
Threaditem and I am not able to resize them. Why? What do I have to do to
get the same behavior as the Thread?

Thanks and best regards

Rainer

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Re: Mindmap Tutorial: Positioning of the ThreadItems [message #143642 is a reply to message #143637] Mon, 23 July 2007 05:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
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Hello,

In the mindmap.gmfgen model, take a look at the Gen Compartments for the
Thread and ThreadItem. You'll notice the List Layout property for the
latter is true, while the former is false.

Note that ThreadItems are defined graphically as labels only. You'll want
to define a node for them if you'd like to have the same behavior as
Threads.

- Rich


On 7/22/07 11:45 PM, in article op.tvvyqugrfmd91d@rabe, "Rainer Bernhard"
<rb_account@yahoo.de> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I have just finished the beginner's tutorial and came up with the
> following question:
>
> The Threads can be positioned and resized within the compartment.
> The ThreadItems within a Thread are automatically placed under the last
> Threaditem and I am not able to resize them. Why? What do I have to do to
> get the same behavior as the Thread?
>
> Thanks and best regards
>
> Rainer
Re: Mindmap Tutorial: Positioning of the ThreadItems [message #143660 is a reply to message #143642] Mon, 23 July 2007 14:37 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: rb_account.yahoo.de

It works with the ListLayot-Property set to false.

Thanks a lot.

Rainer

Am 23.07.2007, 07:38 Uhr, schrieb Richard Gronback
<richard.gronback@borland.com>:

> Hello,
>
> In the mindmap.gmfgen model, take a look at the Gen Compartments for the
> Thread and ThreadItem. You'll notice the List Layout property for the
> latter is true, while the former is false.
>
> Note that ThreadItems are defined graphically as labels only. You'll
> want
> to define a node for them if you'd like to have the same behavior as
> Threads.
>
> - Rich
>
>
> On 7/22/07 11:45 PM, in article op.tvvyqugrfmd91d@rabe, "Rainer Bernhard"
> <rb_account@yahoo.de> wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I have just finished the beginner's tutorial and came up with the
>> following question:
>>
>> The Threads can be positioned and resized within the compartment.
>> The ThreadItems within a Thread are automatically placed under the last
>> Threaditem and I am not able to resize them. Why? What do I have to do
>> to
>> get the same behavior as the Thread?
>>
>> Thanks and best regards
>>
>> Rainer
>



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