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Non consistent web behaviour after Publishing to Web

Used Modeler Version: 3.0.0.0.22

Communicating about the Model results is important. We use a (by bizagi generated) website for this, consisting of a set clickable diagrams on the left side, and the actual diagram web page on the right side.

The main issue is that the resulting weboutput is not consistent in visualisation when hoovering (sub) processes.

To demonstrate my issue I attach a set of examples:

1. Example 1.jpg and Example 1-hoover-1.jpg

In this Example 1.jpg you see on the webpage of a specifc diagram the task. When you hoover on the webpage over a task (Example1-hoover-1.jpg) you see as a result a cross-lined transparant overlay with the same size, fitting the original element size.

2. Example2-hoover-with-ExtAttr-1.jpg

In this Example2-hoover-with-ExtAttr-1.jpg 1.jpg you see the result on the webpage of a specifc diagram when hoovering a re-usable sub-process.

It shows a) the transparant cross-lined overlay, with the same size as the original element ánd to the right, nice fitting, the blue icon, referring to the sub-process diagram (to be clicked).

So far everything ok!

3. Example3-hoover-ExtAttr-out of position.jpg

In this example, which is another diagram on a webpage, the overlay is MOVED TO THE RIGHT (for unknown reason), as well as the BLUE ICON. This true for all overlays on all tasks that are hoovered!

4.Example4-hoover-out of position.jpg

In this example, which is another diagram on a webpage, the overlay is also MOVED TO THE RIGHT (for unknown reason). This true for all overlays on all tasks that are hoovered on that webpage.

5.Example5-hoover-out of position.jpg

In this example, which is another diagram on a webpage, the overlay is also MOVED DOWNWARDS (for unknown reason). This true for all overlays on all tasks that are hoovered on that webpage.

I tried al kinds of things with the app.css but with no success.

The issue differs per page!

Is it possible to explain what is happening?

How can we solve this, so that the behaviour is consistent on every webpage and behaves like in Example 1 and 2.

NB I also attach a few webpages, so you can re-produce and see the non-consistent behaviour.

Thank you for your support.

Comments (3)

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Dear Carel,

In order to reproduce this issue in our lab, we require a copy of your BPM file. This information will be treated as strictly confidential and the file will be deleted once it is no longer needed for support purposes.

Please send it to modeler@bizagi.com

Best Regards

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Dear Carel,

Regarding this problem, our product team has solved it. Please download the latest FIX from: https://bizagi.sharefile.com/d-sd9ccc9f0f19477ba and apply it following the instruction file.

Regards

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Dear Juan and product team,

My compliments. All looks great now and it works. Thank you so much for your active support!

best regards