On some of our Visio diagrams we create custom shapes by using the line tool to draw a series of lines. Visio will automatically turn that into a shape once the last line connects with the first line. Is there a way to mimic that in the Java Aspose.Diagram library? I’m looking at the options for saving a shape to a diagram and it looks like they all require a master to be defined. I don’t know what I would set the master to in this case.
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Please use following code snippet to create shapes from lines without using master:
Shape shape = new Shape(); shape.getXForm().getWidth().setValue( 1); shape.getXForm().getHeight().setValue( 1); shape.getXForm().getPinX().setValue(1); shape.getXForm().getPinY().setValue( 1); shape.getText().getValue().add(new Txt("hello")); int idx = diagram.getPages().get(0).getShapes().add(shape); shape.setID( idx + 1);
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