Node cloning

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Users request that nodes can be '''cloned''', meaning that a copy of node can be placed under a different parent in such a way that the copy is guaranteed to be the same as its origin.
Users request that nodes can be '''cloned''', meaning that a copy of node can be placed under a different parent in such a way that the copy is guaranteed to be the same as its origin.
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This feature will be contained in FreeMind V1.0.0. There is already a preview available in the unstable section.
There is a third-party implementation of cloning, with imperfections like shallow copying and a failure to copy formatting.
There is a third-party implementation of cloning, with imperfections like shallow copying and a failure to copy formatting.

Latest revision as of 18:42, 8 April 2011

Users request that nodes can be cloned, meaning that a copy of node can be placed under a different parent in such a way that the copy is guaranteed to be the same as its origin.

This feature will be contained in FreeMind V1.0.0. There is already a preview available in the unstable section.

There is a third-party implementation of cloning, with imperfections like shallow copying and a failure to copy formatting.

The feature has originally been suggested based on the model application Leo - an outliner.

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