(Title confusion resolved here)
What happened to the links in this previously well-connected model? There must be there otherwise there would be a shed-load (colloquial British English for “a lot”) of “missing input” errors.
Is it to do with this error in the console stopping drawing before it even gets there?
nternal error in asyncio.events:88: Error in create_response Traceback (most recent call last): File "perceptilabs\mainInterface.py", line 261, in perceptilabs.mainInterface.Interface.create_response File "perceptilabs\mainInterface.py", line 356, in perceptilabs.mainInterface.Interface._create_response File "perceptilabs\mainInterface.py", line 553, in perceptilabs.mainInterface.Interface._get_network_data File "perceptilabs\mainInterface.py", line 83, in perceptilabs.mainInterface.NetworkLoader.load File "perceptilabs\graph\spec.py", line 43, in perceptilabs.graph.spec.GraphSpec.from_dict File "perceptilabs\graph\spec.py", line 38, in perceptilabs.graph.spec.GraphSpec.from_dict AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'spec_class' This will be reported as a bug.
NB exactly the same error for the “original” “Seeing in the dark” model, which this was a manual rebuild of.
- Mouseover diagram randomly (?) selects “nearby” components?
- Clicking on components causes them to move (thought it might be zoom level related, but it happens at Zoom - 100% and other values)
- None of my models redraw now (i.e. no little graphs, images) - even if the component doesn’t “collapse” down (as those with the “spec_class” error do)