#1004 Drag and drop of two connected nodes drops arrow link

_FreeMind_0.9.0
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2015-08-01
2010-12-27
No

Drag and drop of two connected nodes drops the arrow link (AKA connector).

Procedure:
1. Create a new mind map
2. Insert a new node "a"
3. Insert a new node "b"
4. Insert a new node "c" as a child of "a"
5. Insert a new node "d" as a child of "a"
6. Connect "c" and "d" with an arrow link (connector), in the direction from "c" to "d" (top to bottom).
7. Select the nodes "c" and "d" and drag and drop them to "b"
8. Observation: the arrow link between "c" and "d" disappears, as it should not.

The direction of the arrow link is significant: if the arrow link leads from "d" to "c", it does not disappear upon drag and drop.

FreeMind version: 0.9.0 RC1-RC14, and possibly earlier.

Environment: probably irrelevant.

Severity: Middle. This is a data loss, although one that probably does not go unnoticed by the user when it happens.

--Dan

Discussion

  • Daniel Polansky

    Daniel Polansky - 2010-12-27
    • priority: 5 --> 7
    • assigned_to: nobody --> christianfoltin
     
  • Daniel Polansky

    Daniel Polansky - 2011-01-30

    Remains in 0.9.0 RC15. Chris wants to postpone fixing this bug until after 0.9.0. --Dan

     
  • Arnaud LE CAM

    Arnaud LE CAM - 2015-08-01

    it's been fixed on 1.0.1
    thank you !

     

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