Provides "state machine" connectors. These are a quadratic bezier curve.
Measure of how "curvy" the connectors will be. this is translated as the distance that the Bezier curve's control point is from the midpoint of the straight line connecting the two endpoints, and does not mean that the connector is this wide. The Bezier curve never reaches its control points; they act as gravitational masses.
Distance from element to start and end connectors, in pixels.
Sets the distance beneath which the elements are consider too close together to bother with fancy curves.
The radius of a loopback connector.
If set to false this tells the connector that it is ok to paint connections whose source and target is the same element with a connector running through the element. The default value for this is true; the connector always makes a loopback connection loop around the element rather than passing through it.
Valid values are
"anticlockwise". Indicates in which direction a loopback connection should be considered to be travelling.