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Don't under estimate yourself. You are travelling forward into the future one second at a time.

In a block universe that is reference frame dependent.
General Board / Re: Performance problem or what?
« Last post by Glassboy on Today at 07:28:46 am »
It seems like you are operating across a WAN, you really need to use the WAN accelerator.  As well as decreasing the chatter across the wire it's going to simplify the authentication across domains.
Know that this is black magic. EA has a couple of rules how things are arranges (like Packages first). There's also a sort alphabetic option which has some influence. The a number of elements (like Notes) does not appea in the browser at all. And I'm pretty sure that the ordering does not follow the same rules throughout different EA versions.

I once summarized what I found out but it's buried somewhere in this what's being called a forum.

Dear EA people,

does anyone know how EA determines the order of constructs in the project browser, e.g. classes within a package? If you move classes about within the package (using up-down arrows) a tagged value "tpos" is set. But if you don't, all constructs have a tpos of 0 (the default).
I read in "Topic: Re-ordering/ Preserving Connection Order" that this is probably an order by ID (!). True?
In that case I can copy that order in derived products (schema's, catalogues etc.) based on ID when tpos is 0, and tpos otherwise...

Thanks in advance.

Bugs and Issues / Re: Lock aspect ratio when resizing an image element
« Last post by qwerty on Today at 02:21:19 am »
AFAIK this can only be done in a shape script by setting fixedAspectRatio.

Bugs and Issues / Lock aspect ratio when resizing an image element
« Last post by cryptology on August 19, 2018, 11:05:17 pm »
I wonder if there is a straightforward way to lock the aspect ratio of an image element when resizing it. I've checked the manual but so far the only way I found to achieve this is by counting pixels in the status bar.
Bugs and Issues / Re: Notes for class attributes
« Last post by jules_cesar_44 on August 19, 2018, 07:35:23 am »
Simon, you said "So, what you are complaining about was exactly what that UI re-work was intended to improve.". Wow, maybe a little bit rude as a comment for a Sparx team member...I am only trying to give my opinion to improve this very great product. The rest of the chat has shown I had some points here.... You have the choice to listen to your customers or not to improve the product. It made sense in 13.5 or before to have everything together. We have spent many years working like that and it would be surprising that you expect everyone to immediately embrace the changes you have made in 14. As you said yourself, now it is spread over 3 different windows.  It is quite possible I have not grasp yet the full benefit of this dramatic UI change. However, would it be possible to offer alternatives ?  Best regards
You could look at the HTML template and modify it to change the order.
You can create a new template that copies all the default template where you can then change it.

Configure > Reference Data > Resources > Document Generation > Web Style Templates

Create a new Web Style Template and have a look at the Javascript part of the template. I think the javascript creates the tree and so it controls the order. There are around 1085 lines of javascript. If you search through that you may be able to find and change the order.
Caveat is that you need to know JavaScript and HTML as it gets quite heavy.
Sorry don't have the time to find the exact line of code for you.
Bugs and Issues / Re: Notes for class attributes
« Last post by Sunshine on August 18, 2018, 09:12:45 am »
I like it  :)
Suggestions and Requests / Re: A lot of text in doc convert in requirements
« Last post by Sunshine on August 18, 2018, 09:08:38 am »
We cannot use headings to indicate our requirements. And so they were reserved for the Chapter. Although, there are some ideas, but it adds to the work. But well, i think it's good idea to test MDG. Maybe maybe. ???

No, we can't import tables because of different languages, EA just throws garbage, and you can't change UTF when importing CSV. But if someone knows how it can be organized, I will be glad.
Okay so it sounds like you haven't given us enough info to help you.  The example you provided looks like headers were being used for requirements. Don't you what your reference to chapters are. I'm total confused and have no idea what your MS word doc looks like now so your going to have to explain further.
Sounds like your requirements maybe written in a language other than english is that correct?
Do you have any programming/scripting skills ?
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