The Layout toolset regroups tools that allow you to apply various layout algorithms to diagrams.
Each layout tool works from the same required input—a diagram layer.
Moves a diagram's edges in specified alignment directions.
Compresses the diagram features toward the middle of the diagram.
Emphasizes loops contained in a network diagram.
Moves each diagram junction and edge feature so they match the geographical positions of the associated network features.
Positions diagram junctions relative to a predefined magnetic grid.
Adds space between diagram junctions that are visually too close, overlapping, or coincident.
Arranges the diagram features in a network diagram around a main ring.
Arranges diagram junctions and edges hierarchically along a main line.
Spaces out collinear edges or collinear portions of edges (edge segments) inside a given buffer zone.
Arranges diagram features hierarchically and places them in a radial tree.
Arranges the network diagram features in the active diagram along parallel straight lines.
Rotates the tree or trees related to pivot junctions currently set up in a diagram to the specified angle.
Arranges diagram features hierarchically and places them in a smart tree.
Separates diagram junctions that are visibly close to overlapping.
Applies the list of layout algorithms currently configured for the diagram template to the input network diagram layer.
Processes simple operations on vertices along edges.