Allows to compose multiple layouts into a single layout. The master layout is the layout that handles move operations if another layout than the first element in layouts should be used. The <master> layout is not executed as the code assumes that it is part of layouts.
var first = new mxFastOrganicLayout(graph);
var second = new mxParallelEdgeLayout(graph);
var layout = new mxCompositeLayout(graph, [first, second], first);
Constructs a new layout using the given layouts. The graph instance is required for creating the transaction that contains all layouts.
|graph||Reference to the enclosing mxGraph.|
|layouts||Array of mxGraphLayouts.|
|master||Optional layout that handles moves. If no layout is given then the first layout of the above array is used to handle moves.|
Holds the array of mxGraphLayouts that this layout contains.
Reference to the mxGraphLayouts that handles moves. If this is null then the first layout in layouts is used.
|mxCompositeLayout.prototype.moveCell = function(||cell,|
Implements mxGraphLayout.moveCell by calling move on <master> or the first layout in layouts.
|mxCompositeLayout.prototype.execute = function(||parent||)|
Implements mxGraphLayout.execute by executing all layouts in a single transaction.