Its good to have minimize and maximize the shapes drawn with kendo diagram as seen in this example https://gojs.net/latest/samples/IVRtree.html it will very useful when we are drawing with a huge data. we can clearly see the actual flow as required
When connections are detached from shapes or drawn via API with coords instead of shape ends, they don't move with selection when multiple shapes/connections are selected. When these "floating" connections are selected in a multiselect scenario, they should move with the rest of the selection.
Currently, a shape that is a group of inner shapes is selected by clicking anywhere inside its bounding box. However, when there's a gap between the inner shapes through which you see another shapes, clicking that other shape will not select it due to the bounding box. If instead the selection was based on the inner shapes, that wouldn't be a problem.
HTML5 Diagram Control - allow title editing on shapes and connectors
Automatic Layout and Data Source in case of non-TreeView data In the diagram control automatic layout and data source works just for a tree view. For example in a non tree view data we would have several levels with items that can have multiple parents. In this case I have to create the items in the diagram manually...it would be nice to update this behaviour and to be able to use the diagram with automatic data source and layout also in the case of a non TreeView data.
I would like to see some graphical documentation to show the structure of the controls created by Kendo. I'm imagining an exploded diagram or something like this picture: ( http://bit.ly/VKIgHn ). But instead of kindle hardware - there are layers of the divs, blocks, sub containers and other working parts of the widget. This would also include what base styles ( k-widget, etc) are on each block. In particular - I'm trying to re-style your calendar widget and the element view in Chrome debugger tools has the data - but it's very hard to get a good overview in all that dense text :)