We are pleased to announce that the new version 18.4 of Aspose.Diagram API is now live. The recent version 18.4 has incorporated improvements to clone the Visio shapes from one drawing to another, and then connecting them by connection indexes. The recent version 18.4 also covers enhancements and regular bug fixes. We recommend our client use the latest upgrade of Aspose.Diagram API to take benefit of improved functionality and bug fixes. Please use the following links for downloading Aspose.Diagram for .NET and Java APIs.
Clone and then Connect Visio Shapes by connection indexes
Aspose.Diagram API has support of cloning shapes, and then connecting them by connection indexes. The recent version 18.4 has improved the accuracy without API changes. The Copy method of the Shape instance, takes a shape instance to clone, and then ConnectShapesViaConnectorIndex method exposed by the Page class can be used to connect shapes by connection indexes. Please refer to the documented code examples as follows:
- Copy a Visio Shape to another Shape instance (C#)
- Use Connection indexes to connect shapes (C#)
- Copy a Visio Shape to another Shape instance (Java)
- Use Connection indexes to connect shapes (Java)
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- Home page for Aspose.Diagram API.
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- Aspose.Diagram for .NET Examples– We have published our code examples on the social coding website GitHub.com. Anyone can explore the code examples for learning purposes.
- Aspose.Diagram for Java Examples – We have published our code examples on the social coding website GitHub.com. Anyone could explore the code examples for learning purposes.
- Release Notes (.NET and Java) – For details on API fixes, please check Release Notes having a complete list of the new features.