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Controlling display of "stereotype" in UML diagram? [message #520463] Fri, 12 March 2010 13:51
Toralf Lund is currently offline Toralf LundFriend
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Is there any way to control whether or not stereotype names are displayed in an UML diagram? More specifically, I'm talking about the text "<<component>>" for elements that represent components.

Differently put, I've *somehow* managed to create a component diagram where some components have this text, but others don't, and I can't find a way to fix this inconsistency. I'm not allowed to remove the text for the elements that have it, at least not using the simple approach (i.e. selection + Delete), and I can't figure out how to add it to those that don't.

Help, anyone?

- Toralf
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