Now when i want to move the drawing in visual range,just by zoom in and zoom out ,if using the doument area like the microsoft visio,adding the A4 size design area(or B5,A3, and so on...), we can zoom in and zoom out area by Ctrl+Mousewheel,can pan the drawing by scrollbar too.
Currently there is no straightforward way to notify that a point is added/removed from the ConnectionPoints collection of the RadDiagramConnection. Declined: Duplicate with http://feedback.telerik.com/Project/143/Feedback/Details/113488-diagrams-add-an-event-notifying-that-connectionpoint-is-added-or-removed
Implement "Item to Item Snapping" during item resize operation. DECLINED: Duplicate with https://feedback.telerik.com/Project/143/Feedback/Details/101276-diagram-implement-item-to-item-snapping-during-resize
Implement "Item to Item Snapping" during item resize operation. Reason for Declination: This feedback item is duplicate with the one below: http://feedback.telerik.com/Project/143/Feedback/Details/67148-implement-item-to-item-snapping-during-resize Please follow and vote for it instead.
The RadDiagramContainerShape class is quite limited as a container because it has a header, resizes to fit the content and has fixed padding around the borders for the children. A simple base RadDiagramContainerShape that doesn't have a default style and doesn't impose any layout constraints on the children will be very useful to create custom containers to build nested shapes for UI design tools. Thanks Reason for Closing: Changing the class the RadDiagramContainerShape inherits from will be a breaking change we cannot afford. The mentioned customizations are possible via inheritance and custom styles.
When user hovers a connector and pastes a connection, the pasted connection should be attached to the hovered connector. You can check the Diagram SDK sample in GitHub - "PasteOnMousePosition" whic demonstrates this functionality. https://github.com/telerik/xaml-sdk/tree/master/Diagram/PasteOnMousePosition We are marking this feature request as declined - the code in the SDK sample is the preferred way to go instead of built-in feature.