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    Thanks for letting me know. What a shame, it look like you had put in a lot of work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gevik View Post
    I abandoned it's development because of of other priorities and time constraints.
    @gevik any chances You could share some code for this? I need a component to draw tree diagram and after searching forum I found Your solution.
    I admire Your work, but if project is abandoned it probably won't be finished in near future.

    Please consider this, it would be a great start point for my component.
    I only need to draw tree like diagrams without editing abilities.

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    @gevik we are looking for a tool similar to this and it looks like what you have done would be, at the least, a good starting point for us. I understand you have moved on to other thing; however, we are interested.

    Is it available/licensable? Please let me know.

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    Hi guys,

    Unfortunately the code is not in my possession anymore. But what I can disclose is the following: The ExtDiagram was/is based on an adaptation of the http://diagramo.com. You can license it from diagramo, and try refactoring it into an ExtJS View. You will need some matrix calculation knowledge (if your math skills are rusty). I hoop this helps and good luck to you.

    Regards,
    Gevik.

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