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There is at least two controls which let change the (diagram) zoom: the slider at bottom right of the screen and the slider in the Pan & Zoom View. They are not synchronized (see also,31160.msg225636.html#msg225636). Also they do not change when a diagram will be zoomed via Ctrl + Mouse Wheel.

The view element that shows current zoom in the status line changes only when a diagram will be zoomed via Ctrl + Mouse Wheel, but does not change on zoom via sliders.

Nice to have:
  • Save currently set zoom as persistent zoom.
  • Set an arbitrary zoom (probably restricted to an reasonable range).

Some dialogs, especially with variable part(s) (e.g., long strings or lists) have fixed size. It's out-of-date.

General Board / Features visibility and class inheritance
« on: January 23, 2013, 12:39:45 am »
Class D is derived from the class B. I want to show selected operations of the class D on a class diagram; e.g., one operation of the class D and one inherited operation of the class B - both operations within one visible item represents class D. I want avoid to show class B on the diagram.

There are following problems:
1. The dialog "Supress Features in Diagramm" shows the features of the class D only, I cannot select desired operations of the class B.
2. I can activate checkbox "Inherited Featues/Show Operations" but it has no effect if custom Operation Visibility selected.

Do someone know how to solve these problems? TIA

It's usually in .net that a delegate declaration is a part of a namespace and not of a class.

I use EA to generate a source code from the model. Is it possible to define a delegate out of a model class, as part of a package?


There are three MDG add-ins for EA and MS Visual Studio integration:
  • VSIntegrate.exe - Visual Studio Integration (available under Downloads/MDG Add-ins/MDG Integration/Visual Studio);
  • VSBridge.exe - Visual Studio .NET MDG Link (available under Downloads/MDG Add-ins/MDG LINK/Visual Studio .NET);
  • VS_Link_Beta_2_45.exe - Visual Studio .NET MDG Link (available to download from here)
What is a difference between? Is there a matrix comparision of these add-ins available?

Thx  :)

I want to generate RTF documentation from Use Case model. The model contains some use case with structured scenarios. An activity diagram is generated (Use Case properties/Scenarios/Generate Diagram) from this scenario; such diagram is placed by EA under specially project node with Activity type within other activities represent structured scenario steps.

I use a template derived from the standard (use case scenario template). My problem is a following: the diagram generated by EA and placed under intern Activity node does not appears in the RTF document because activity elements are excluded by default (“Generate documentation dialog / Options) for this template. If I include activity elements into report, they appear as “use case” :( . If I move the diagram from its activity project node, this diagram appears in the document but will not be automatically updated by EA from scenario editor. I tried some filters for activity items but unsuccessful. :(

Can anyone give a tip? Thx

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