Steps to reproduce
- you need a local graph, as the incoming/outgoing/neighbor Link switches are only available in local graph.
- the local graph should include a lot of nodes, the more the better（eg. 20+）
- set all of the center/repel/link forces of this graph to 0.0
- turning on/off the xxx(incoming/outgoing/neighbor) Link switches as you like.
the graph should change accordingly
the graph becomes wired and may go dead.
- Operating system: macOS
- Obsidian version: 0.11.1
Observation: by turning on/off xxx(incoming/outgoing/neighbor) Link switches, the number of the node and their position will change. The values of yyyy(center/repel/link) force may be used in this position re-calculation processing, and the 0.0 leads to some problems. With a value slightly greater than 0.0, eg. 0.02, this issue will not happen again.