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Messages - qwerty

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Eve,
I just said it was ever possible. And I seem to remember that a colleague of you explained exactly the steps I used ever since to have multiple EA versions installed side by side. Finally I for myself would never be astonished if any future EA version would come up with crazy ways to prevent me from doing it any further :-/

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I'd guess it's stored in the registry since many (most?) will go there. Try an export of HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Sparx Systems\EA400\EA and then compare the changes after you altered the option.

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Not using V14 but try Alt-, Ctrl-and Shift-Enter/Click (and whatever comes to mind). Who knows?

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Still happy to hear those stories! I'm still a bit underwhelmed from what happened in the past few years compared to that furious start I had with Sparx in the early 2000th.

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Well, it has EVER been possible to install different EA versions side by side. But why not have them cut that possibility away? They are on a good road to steamroller a couple more of us users. It's still beta, so scream out loud :-O

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That's not a matrix but a graph. You can use the Traceability window as a start.

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Well, me neither (C#). I tried it with my favorite scripting language but that didn't even add a single swim lane. Maybe later :-/

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I don't think so. It probably triggers a check "how many licenses have we sold to that company"; prioritize if it's really a huge number. Just a guess but I'm good in guessing such things ;-)

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I dug a little deeper. Obviously t_diagram.swimlanes is already larger than 256 bytes. And each swimlane definition gets a new entry in t_xref. So rather you should report that as bug if you still can reproduce the issue. Your code snippet did not work for me. Sorry, but I don't wan't to fall back to digging into VB after so many years...

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Hey, hey, hey. Row back please. It's t_xref that stores the swimlane information. I will dig into that in more detail, but what you did seems to be a coincidental fix :-/

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They often have crude tricks up their sleeve. I might have a look tomorrow.

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General Board / Re: Exporting tests
« on: June 06, 2019, 02:23:37 am »
proper quoted fields with newlines
Gosh, they really took the time to read the RFC?

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General Board / Re: Attributes disappear after closing and opening
« on: June 06, 2019, 02:21:34 am »
Well, I'm still with 13.5 (probably a good choice). Anyhow, report this as bug and just link this thread. If there's any outcome, let us know...

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General Board / Re: Attributes disappear after closing and opening
« on: June 05, 2019, 08:46:56 pm »
Also never seen that. Which version? Do you use generalization somewhere?

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IIRC t_diagram.swimlanes is limited to 256 chars. So you are using too many swimlanes.

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