Commit c8962c34 authored by Jochen Becher's avatar Jochen Becher

ModelEditor: Add a bit of documentation for new features

Change-Id: I08ca964652f2594d30d5576b5d956d97e01a4ef8
Reviewed-by: Riitta-Leena Miettinen's avatarLeena Miettinen <riitta-leena.miettinen@qt.io>
parent 2da3a4ab
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You can group elements by surrounding them with a boundary. When you move
the boundary, all elements within it are moved together. Similarly, classes
that you lay on packages are moved with the packages. You can move
individual elements and modify their properties (5) by selecting them. You
can also use \e multiselection to group elements temporarily.
the boundary, all elements within it are moved together. Similary drag
a swimlane to the diagram. When you move the swimlane all elements right
to the swimlane (for vertical swimlanes) or below it (for horizontal swimlanes)
will be moved together. A vertical swimlane is created when you drop the
swimlane icon on the top border of the diagram and a horizontal swimlane
is created when you drop the icon near the left border.
Classes or other objects that you lay on packages are moved with the packages.
You can move individual elements and modify their properties (5) by selecting
them. You can also use \e multiselection to group elements temporarily.
Drag the mouse over elements to select them and apply actions such as
changing their \e stereotype or color. A stereotype is a classifier for
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For more information about the available options, see \e standard.def
in the \e share/qtcreator/modeleditor directory in the \QC installation
directory.
directory. It describes also how to define custom relation types
and templates for existing types (such as a composition relation that
can be drawn between classes).
You can add your own definition file and save it with the file extension
\e .def to add custom colors and icons for stereotypes, elements, or tool
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