|Re: Working with a UML subset in Papyrus [message #893195 is a reply to message #893168]
||Tue, 03 July 2012 03:25
| Camille Letavernier
Registered: February 2011
Papyrus offers a few tools to customize the user interface. However, not everything is supported yet. Here's what you can do:
- Remove a whole diagram: uninstall the corresponding plug-in. No other way. Each diagram provides its own wizards and toolbar to create new diagrams, so it is not possible to simply "hide" them.
- Restrict the elements you can create in a diagram: Not fully supported. First, you will need a new Palette customization. However, you also have to forbid the elements creation in the "New child" menu from the ModelExplorer, and the "Create element" dialogs from the properties view. Customizing the properties view will probably difficult in this case, as this isn't really supported. Customizing the New child menu from the ModelExplorer is not supported at all. You can also create your own kind of diagram, which will give you at lot more opportunities, but to do so, you'll probably want to extend an existing one. Which means you can't uninstall it, and you'll probably still see the default UML ones.
I don't think UML Profiles will help you in this case.
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