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untie sounds in the signal flow diagramm

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when looking into complex classes with a lot of sounds in it ( one above the other and sometimes even in multiple layers) it can be very hard to follow/understand the signal flow.

is there a quick way to untie the patch and make it better "readable"?

btw. iam using "retrieving example from class"  

thanks, johannes
asked Aug 8, 2017 in Using Kyma by x (Practitioner) (590 points)

2 Answers

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Have you tried up left EDIT, dropdown menu Clean up?
answered Aug 8, 2017 by roland-kuit (Master) (3,230 points)
thanks for the reply roland.
yes i tried this, but it doesn't change anything in the signalflow.
Have you zoomed in to much?
Edit-dropdown-Zoom in/out
no, it has nothing to do with zoom.
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When you've got the sound open, does changing the view to "Right Angle" help at all?

Edit > view... > right angle

it doesn't often help me, but it might work for your case
answered Aug 9, 2017 by aaron-zimmermann (Practitioner) (940 points)
I didn't know that one!
thanks, but this doesnt change anything if the modules are laying arround on top of each other. what iam looking for is a quick way to put the modules apart on the signal flow diagram (without disconnecting them ). so i can see which models are connected. i hope its clearer now.
if you hold Shift while dragging a module you can move just that one module. that might work