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    Dzmitry Hryb commented  · 

    Additional clarification from me:
    1. Function should be accessible via special hot-key (not Ctrl+C)
    2. Be default clipboard should get PNG exported image

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    Dzmitry Hryb commented  · 

    From my exp, in this case people wanted to hide some crap that presents in design. From other side, "hiding" local/temp irrelevant fields may have a point. But you cannot just HIDE it.

    Visually you should leave a mark that identifies that there are hidden attributes in class. For example, suppressed attributes can be observed as the state of the button. How you would show hidden attribute(s)?

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    Dzmitry Hryb commented  · 

    You are missing a point in UML diagrams. Actor is not a human - it can be anything. 20 years back there were no well integrated systems, so human interaction took the major place.

    But idea is: Actor is client/service/user/app. Is a standard from UML. Let's not transform it into power-point-presentation.

  8. 6 votes
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    Dzmitry Hryb commented  · 

    Even legacy StarUML didn't support Delphi.
    I'm afraid that with this implementation will never support Delphi. Target audience is limited.

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    Dzmitry Hryb commented  · 

    1..* exists in 2.5 version

  10. 27 votes
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    Dzmitry Hryb commented  · 

    Not the best idea, because you trying to transform diagram into a presentation. This different from diagrams meant to be.

    Usually you write in note: "see ref #", "see example#" and etc

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