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Customize your dependencies with different colors, line styles, curves, and arrowheads.

OnePager 6.1 offers greatly-expanded formatting options for your links:

Format precessors and successors.

There are two ways to format links:

Link Formatting Defaults

Like other settings in OnePager, the best way to format a lot of links at once is to change the default link formatting in Project View Properties. These changes can eventually be copied back to a template, if you decide on a standard for how your links should look.

To set your default link formats, go to Home > Project View Properties > Task Links:

Default link formatting

Manual Link Formatting

If you want to only change the format of a few links, you can Ctrl+Left-Click on them with your mouse and then right-click to format the smaller group of links. Formats that you pick manually will override any defaults that were previously set in Project View Properties:

Manual link formatting

Drag and Drop Positioning

If you need to fine-tune the geometry of links, you can drag them on the screen until they look best. Links' vertical attachments can be moved to the top, middle, and bottom of the predecessor and successor tasks, and you also have control over how the link line is routed between the two tasks:

Drag and Drop Lines

When you click on a link, the green dots can be dragged to adjust the vertical attachment point, while the yellow dots can be dragged to change the link path.

Types of Formatting

Regardless of whether you're formatting all of your links at once, or one at a time, there are several key areas of link formatting that were not available in previous versions:

  • Line Color
  • Line Thickness
  • Line Style (dash, dot, etc.)
  • Corner Radius (hard corners, curved corners)
  • Arrowhead Shape
  • Arrowhead Size
  • Attach at the top, middle or bottom, or have OnePager figure out based on what looks best.