Dondon22 Respected Contributor.
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Step connector... How to remove the "auto curve" when connecting multiple results to a step?

In OO 9.07, when you connect a step with multiple results to another step... there is a way to overlap the lines so when you move the step to a new location, the connectors just follows as one string line "overlapped". In OO 10.70, in the same case as mentioned above, the step connectors automatically separates with 1 straight line and 2 or more curved lines by default... the problem with this is when you move one of the connected steps... then you have to reconnect again to make it look organized... I am using OO 10.70 now and i want the same behavior to happen like in OO 9.07 where I can overlap step connecting lines... Any tips please... thanks in advance 🙂
In IT there is no Magic, just Logic ^_^
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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Step connector... How to remove the "auto curve" when connecting multiple results to a

there are some good tips here: https://lnast01pcache.saas.hpe.com/asset/resources/pd/oo/up91459952650/HPOOCustomizingFlowTransitions.pdf 

 

I do not remember if it is mentioned in the document but there is also: right click on the transition > layout edges ... to restore lines.

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Re: Step connector... How to remove the "auto curve" when connecting multiple results to a

Hi, 

In studio select the curved transition line and click on the squares that appear on it while holding the shift key.

Regards,

Vlad

 

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Dondon22 Respected Contributor.
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Re: Step connector... How to remove the "auto curve" when connecting multiple results to a

Thanks man that did the trick 🙂
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