Sometimes, connectors lose their connections with their assigned shapes after the latter are moved.
Steps to Reproduce:
Actually, this is not so easy to reproduce. Developers need to make multiple tests with different shapes/connectors configuration and be patient because, after a while from my side, it always does end with the bug.
1. Create numerous shapes (maybe 10-15 at least)
2. Connect the shapes together with connectors (1-to-1 or 1-to-any)
3. Move some shapes (don't select connectors). Try to move with the arrow keys and with the mouse. Try to move one shape or multiple shapes at once. Move to one direction, then to another... Reproduce 3 until the bug happens
SOMETIMES, the connectors don't follow the shapes and lose their dedicated glue points.
Connectors should ALWAYS remain with their assigned shapes.
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Version: 126.96.36.199 (x64)
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Threads CPU : 8; OS : Windows 10.0; UI Render : GL;
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Laurent, can you attach file example?
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I cannot confirm the bug anymore intentionally and thus provide any sample. Let's forget it for a while until it happens to me again by accident ;)
Such a case arise, I will update this ticket!
(In reply to l0f4r0 from comment #3)
> I cannot confirm the bug anymore intentionally and thus provide any sample.
> Let's forget it for a while until it happens to me again by accident ;)
> Such a case arise, I will update this ticket!
so let's close it as WFM. You can reopen it when you'll see this problem again