DavidGretzschel
Does not look right to me. Though this might be semi-intentional?
I would expect that a sibling-jump-thought connection would just be straight connecting line,
but I guess that jump-thoughts among siblings are rare and that usually jump-thoughts always lead "outward".

https://www.loom.com/share/32df468f17ad43ef9b6bc320df964745

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mcaton
David,

Thanks for posting.  The link has to curve around the jump gate so that it can be seen.  If it doesn't, it would be hidden behind the thought.  Maybe the curve is too extreme? I'll share with the team.

Thanks,
Matt
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DavidGretzschel
ah right, the Link has to originate from the jump-gate at each Thought. Now I get you. I wasn't thinking about this right, I guess.
I just thought that those were directly connected Thougths, why aren't they connected directly.
Guess that's difficult to get right with siblings, which are across different columns.

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@DavidGretzschel ~

Thank you so much for reporting this issue! I have for a long time thought this was a (visually annoying) display bug -- and for this reason I switched to using the straight links instead of the curved links.

In light of this, if the looping on the curved links could be reduced, I think it would be a significant visual improvement.

FWIW, this extraneous looping is also a dramatic problem in the web client, as well, as illustrated (and reported to support) months ago in this test brain.

For some reason the loops seem to be particularly problematic with jump thoughts ~ but as you can see in the link I've provided, curved links of any type can be affected.

Also, it is important to note this bug appears to be a navigational issue, since these loops are typically NOT so extreme when the links are in their "default" positions. This is clearly illustrated in the web client when the brain display is refreshed after navigating. (Unfortunately, we do not have a comparable "refresh" option in the desktop client.)

+100 for fixing this display problem in the desktop and the web client -- BOTH.
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