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Drag Classes from Browser to Diagram

PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2000 7:12 pm
by Gavin Kistner
I'd like to (I expected to) be able to drag a class from the browser into
the current diagram to add it there. It seems the much more intuitive way of
adding a previously-created class than adding a class and beginning to type
the name and choose it from a list.

[Not that the latter is bad, mind you. It just seems so right to be able to
drag/drop objects (especially since I *know* I won't be creating some
pseudo-duplicate thing, as I sometimes do when copying/pasting/creating and
naming).]


Re: Drag Classes from Browser to Diagram

PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2000 3:58 am
by Andrius Strazdauskas
Gavin,

thanks for you suggestions, they''' realy help to make our tool better.

> I'd like to (I expected to) be able to drag a class from the browser into
> the current diagram to add it there. It seems the much more intuitive way
of
> adding a previously-created class than adding a class and beginning to
type
> the name and choose it from a list.

We are working on this at the moment. This feature will be available in 3.6
version, comming this summer.

Now, to create a view in a diagram, right-click on a node in a browser and
choose "Create view" - this substitutes drag'n'drop at the moment.

Best regards,
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