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How to keep the relative position of nodes when copy paste? [message #1712332] Fri, 23 October 2015 06:51 Go to next message
Sann Tran is currently offline Sann TranFriend
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Hello Obeo guys,

I have 3 nodes that are at 3 vertices of a triangle, when I select all of them and do copy then paste, the result is that 3 new nodes are arranged to one line.

I want to keep the relative position between 3 nodes, but when debugging to copy/paste declared in odesign file, I saw that Sirius only support copy/paste 1 node per time.
The question is: is there any way to custom to keep relative position of nodes when copy/paste?

Thank you so much,

San
Re: How to keep the relative position of nodes when copy paste? [message #1712587 is a reply to message #1712332] Mon, 26 October 2015 15:53 Go to previous message
Laurent Redor is currently offline Laurent RedorFriend
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Le 23/10/2015 08:51, Sann Tran a écrit :
> Hello Obeo guys,
>
Hi,

> I have 3 nodes that are at 3 vertices of a triangle, when I select all
> of them and do copy then paste, the result is that 3 new nodes are
> arranged to one line.
>
> I want to keep the relative position between 3 nodes, but when debugging
> to copy/paste declared in odesign file, I saw that Sirius only support
> copy/paste 1 node per time. The question is: is there any way to custom
> to keep relative position of nodes when copy/paste?
>
> Thank you so much,
>
> San

The copy/paste Sirius implementation is only to copy/paste the semantic
elements. The corresponding graphical elements are considered as new
elements (and are layouted as such).

An issue for a such evolution exists [1]. But it is currently not planed
in a roadmap.

[1] https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=453548

Regards,

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