Hi Sean,

     Thanks for a good directing. That's really flexible.


On Wed, 11 Nov 2009 08:30:07 +0100, Sean Luke <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>On the CVS repository (I'm not sure if they made it into the latest
>tarball, they may have, you can check) there are TWO applications
>which allow dragging with the mouse:
> HeatBugs
> NetworkTest
>There's also a How-To which points to them.  Check out their code to
>get an idea how to do it.  Keep in mind that the code that I wrote
>there updates the node's position in its field; but if you're also
>storing its position inside the node itself (say for purposes of
>efficiency) you'll need to modify the code to update that as well.
>On Nov 11, 2009, at 5:12 AM, Lawrence Tsang wrote:
>> Hi,
>>     While testing and studying the Network Model in Mason Tutorial
>> 5, I
>> find that although the "SimplePortrayal2D" class could be extended
>> to draw
>> the Network Nodes in a "ContinuousPortrayal2D" Field, the Nodes seem
>> not
>> to be movable by mouse drag when the model is being paused.
>>     Is there a way to modify Tutorial 5 so that, when the model is
>> being
>> paused, I could drag a Node to move it around while the Node's edges
>> would
>> redraw themselves to reflect the Node's updated location ?
>>     Thanks for any suggestion.
>> Regards
>> Lawrence Tsang