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Stacked Balloons

The stacked balloon functionality for horizontal lines is improved. You have more control over the appearance of stacked balloons including automatic and manual extension of horizontal lines to accommodate text, and horizontal text justification. Also, when you drag a stacked balloon annotation, the position of the stack flips to the other side when necessary.

In previous releases, if you created stacked balloons with horizontal lines, they could appear as shown:
prj-17318-stacked-balloons-old.gif

You can now:
  • Manually control each line length by dragging.
  • Align the notes.
  • Move the stack and have the items change location as necessary so that the leader does not interfere with the stack.

After creating the stacked balloons, you can now adjust the notes:
prj-17318-stacked-balloons-new.gif



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