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Checkpoint Graphical Properties Dialog

Checkpoint Graphical Properties Dialog

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Checkpoint Graphical Properties Dialog

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For a checkpoint the following graphical properties can be set:

bullet3  Show or hide the name

bullet3 Properties of the name text box

bullet3  Color of the edge

 

If you have selected more than one checkpoint and you change the graphical settings, only those settings that have really changed in the graphical settings dialog are changed to all the selected checkpoints. If the selected checkpoints do not have the same values for the property the value field is empty.

 

Model elements for which graphical properties have not been set are shown using the default graphical properties. Setting graphical properties overrides the default properties. View settings, on the other hand, can override graphical properties regarding visible fields.

 

Click the More... button to open the Graphical Properties Dialog and define the additional graphical properties of the element.

 

Click the "Save as Default" button to save the current properties as the default graphical properties for a Checkpoint.

 

Click the "Load Default" button to apply the default Checkpoint graphical properties to the selected Checkpoint(s).

 

dlg_checkpoint_graphical_properties

Checkpoint Graphical Properties dialog

 

 

Symbol for Checkpoint

 

The Checkpoint dialog can also be used to define the default symbol properties of the current model's checkpoints. To open the "Symbol for Checkpoint" dialog, open the Modeling Options dialog and on the lower half of the dialog, click the "View" button next to "Checkpoints". When defining the Symbol properties of the checkpoint for the current model from the Modeling Options dialog, the "Save as Default" and "Load Default" buttons are not available.