On Fri, Dec 16, 2005 at 06:48:15PM +0000, Phil Endecott wrote:
> Dear All,
> I'm continuing in my attempts to draw block diagrams using Inkscape's new features, and I've just encountered some odd behaviour with connectors and grouped objects.
> I have a rectangle with a text element on top of it. I want to draw arrows between these blocks using connectors. There are a couple of ways that I can do it: I can group the text with the rectangle, and use the center of the group as the anchor for the connector, or I can leave them ungrouped and use the center of the rectangle.
> If I use the center of the group the problem is that the connector becomes detached if I ever ungroup it. Ungrouping is not unusual; although I can edit the text without ungrouping, I need to ungroup in order to reposition the text within the rectangle.
> If I use the center of the rectangle for the anchor, the connector seems to become disconnected if I group the rectangle and the text.
> There are also problems with connectors and snap. It looks as if an un-anchored connector end does not obey any snap rules, or the limited-direction feature that the line tool has when you hold down ctrl while dragging.
> Also, "Select All" followed by "Transform - Move" seems to not move the connectors.
> Are these known issues? Is this code evolving in CVS?
I'd encourage you to submit bug reports on each of these issues,
including example files, if there are not already bug reports on them.
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