PluginDiagram in Tiki20 seems a very promising feature.
In my first test, I didnt' manage to make it work when choosing to save the diagram in a file gallery, I don't know why. It just doesn't display the diagram within the wiki page where the diagram was called.
If I choose to save the diagram within the wiki page, then everything works as expected.
If I manyally get the xml code from the diagram created in the file gallery, and place it inline within a new call of plugin diagram in the wiki page, the diagram displays as expected.
If I click at edit the diagram from the wiki page (even If I don't see the diagram displayed in the wiki page, I see the button to continue editing it), I can see it and edit it in the diagram ui editor, as expected.
Only issue is (apparently) to display in the wiki page the diagram stored in a file gallery.
this feature seems to work with latest code in show.t.o instances:
However, the issue is still alive in our production tiki at the time of this writing with tiki 21vcs (behind firewall, unluckily). I can arrange some dbdump to a developer willing to track and debug this issue, since it's been there for a while already (we have never been able to use this feature against file galleries, which would be desired to reuse multi-page diagrams in one file across several wiki pages, which was our initial use case at work in production)
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