I have already seen the following question: Why does wavelength affect diffraction?
But I still can't seem to understand the relationship. I understand that if the wavelength is the same size as the slit, the wave pattern will look like circles on the other side of the slit, which is maximum diffraction, because the slit will "function" as a point source.
But I don't understand why, if we reduce the wavelength, there's gonna be like more point sources in the same slit. What's the reason?
I hope I could make myself clear enough.