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Intelligent Dynamic Connectors  XML
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Georg Paulaski


Joined: 03/23/2011 05:47:38
Messages: 5
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Im using VUE only for a short time now but one thing came to my mind so i wanne share this idea here (i hope it doesnt already exist ...)

With the implemantation of layers and the possibility to blend out content of your map i noticed some lacking option in vue, which might be a nice thing to add. As you blend out information of your map flow connections gets interrupted or are ending at a dead end. It would be nice allowing to switch on an background analyser checking your visible and existing flow map. By finding in this analysis dead ends, broken links or even cycles in a second step IDC connectors are dynamicly displayed and closing logic flows, while other connectors might be masked.

This should be an important option i think as in very complicated maps masking layers or steps in presentation the inner logic in your digrammes are not disturbed. While working with vue as well as in presentation it will be necceray as you can display your thoughts on a limited basis (blending out unessecary information while keeping your connections).

I made a simple overview on my idea with three connection logics- see attachment

Thanks to your comments

PS: VUE rocks
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 Description IDC-connectors closing visible logic and giving extra information on invisible content
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This message was edited 3 times. Last update was at 06/22/2011 10:45:31

Jonas Andersson


Joined: 08/01/2012 01:32:30
Messages: 1
Location: Thailand
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I thank you very much for this article, it is well explained, thanks again.
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