KeyLines 4.8 is ready and waiting for customers and evaluators to download. We like to think of it as small but perfectly formed, with a slick feature to help with visualization designs, and the kind of useful, additional improvements you’ve come to expect.
We’ve added a radius property to glyphs on nodes, so now you can control how far a glyph should be from the center of its parent node. This gives you better control over the look and feel of your nodes, and the opportunity to get more creative with your node designs. It’s great for aligning glyphs with halos:
We’ve also updated the Style Nodes demo so you can see the new feature in action.
If you’ve ever contacted firstname.lastname@example.org, you’ll know just how responsive and helpful our team of experts is. Before they can tackle your issues, there’s a bunch of things they need to know – what KeyLines version are you using? What environment is it running in? What settings are enabled?
We’ve added a new KeyLines function to the API – KeyLines.info() – that returns all of this useful information so the team can get to the heart of your problem sooner. It’s also the best place to start when you’re troubleshooting issues yourself.
We’ve also made other useful improvements to your favorite graph visualization toolkit by:
We hope you like our latest developments and have fun getting creative with glyphs on nodes. If you’re new to KeyLines, getting started is easy – just request a trial account.
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