Although not direct answer to your question, I think you can explore FusionView module of FusionHub, a web server that allow you to have three different ways of visualizing fusion genes (Circos plot, Domain view and network view).
- In circos view you can have a global view of different chromosomes that are involved in fusion.
- In domain view, you can have an idea about different ways by which head and tail gene fuse together by varying their exons/domain combinations.
- Network view will show you a gene fusion network.
Hope this helps. Please provide your feedback/bug which will help to improve the tool.