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SR-133183 · Issue 205535

Fixed flow line distortion in Process Modeler

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.9

When clicking through to a subprocess from a parent flow (by clicking the + sign in the blue subprocess shape), flow lines in the subprocess were shown in a distorted fashion. When opening the same flow in a separate tab (by right clicking the blue subprocess shape and selecting Open Flow) the flow lines were correctly painted. This was an issue caused by the different renderings of the flow depending on whether there was a click through to it (with the + on the parent flow?s subprocess shape), or the subflow was opened in a separate tab (with open Flow). After the Process Modeler saved and checked-in the flow, the connector lines were re-drawn in ways that were non-intuitive and hard to interpret due to the edge routing in PM being calculated off incorrect input data that was taking into account shapes that were not represented on the screen. To fix this, the system now ensures the edges are routed without taking into account any shapes not represented on the canvas.

SR-133184 · Issue 203710

Fixed flow line distortion in Process Modeler

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.9

When clicking through to a subprocess from a parent flow (by clicking the + sign in the blue subprocess shape), flow lines in the subprocess were shown in a distorted fashion. When opening the same flow in a separate tab (by right clicking the blue subprocess shape and selecting Open Flow) the flow lines were correctly painted. This was an issue caused by the different renderings of the flow depending on whether there was a click through to it (with the + on the parent flow?s subprocess shape), or the subflow was opened in a separate tab (with open Flow). After the Process Modeler saved and checked-in the flow, the connector lines were re-drawn in ways that were non-intuitive and hard to interpret due to the edge routing in PM being calculated off incorrect input data that was taking into account shapes that were not represented on the screen. To fix this, the system now ensures the edges are routed without taking into account any shapes not represented on the canvas.

SR-A1705 · Issue 205449

Fixed scrumboard intermittent failure

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.9

After upgrading, it was seen that the scrumboard would intermittently fail to load, partially displaying and then hanging if the columns did not fit within the window boundaries due to the number of elements. This was traced to an error in the functionality that resizes parts of the scrumboard, and has been fixed.

SR-A4995 · Issue 213355

Fixed flow line distortion in Process Modeler

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.9

When clicking through to a subprocess from a parent flow (by clicking the + sign in the blue subprocess shape), flow lines in the subprocess were shown in a distorted fashion. When opening the same flow in a separate tab (by right clicking the blue subprocess shape and selecting Open Flow) the flow lines were correctly painted. This was an issue caused by the different renderings of the flow depending on whether there was a click through to it (with the + on the parent flow?s subprocess shape), or the subflow was opened in a separate tab (with open Flow). After the Process Modeler saved and checked-in the flow, the connector lines were re-drawn in ways that were non-intuitive and hard to interpret due to the edge routing in PM being calculated off incorrect input data that was taking into account shapes that were not represented on the screen. To fix this, the system now ensures the edges are routed without taking into account any shapes not represented on the canvas.

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