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Complete graph of predecessors

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Hi,

if there's possible to show only shortest-path graph in predecessors windows, how do I get complete predecessors graph?

I have complex graph and want to know, what has to happen before some node. Normally I would use predecessors window, but since there's only shortest path shown, I don't see some edges (and duplicate nodes), so it's useless for me, because it has completly different meaning.

Please help me, how do I get complete information about predecessors?

Thanks
related to an answer for: Missing NODES in Predecessors window
asked Feb 6 in Help by quarkcz (170 points)

1 Answer

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Unfortunately, it is currently not possible to change the behavior of the predecessor and successor context views in this regard.

However, you can try to use "Tools" -> "Select Elements" as explained in How to unlimit neighbourhood / predecessos / successos to select the desired set of nodes. After selecting the desired set of nodes, use "Edit" -> "Copy" or CTRL+C to copy those elements and paste them into a new editor. When doing so the edges of the induced subgraph will be copied as well.

Finally, please consider voting for Better neighborhood/successors/predecessors view.

answered Feb 6 by thomas.behr [yWorks] (117,420 points)
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