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Though the name of the thread is similar to your question it's actually something completely different. Start a thread "Get Linked Element Feature via API" or the like and I'll try to answer.

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8012
Better compare the object IDs rather than the names since the latter are not unique.

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The connected element is found by retrieving conector.SupplierID and .ClientID. Both are object ids and you need to use Repository.GetElementById to get the object with the Name property. Note that you need to check which element is the opposite by comparing to the main element's object id (if it's Supplier check Client and vice versa).

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First you asked for the connector name, not the name of the connected element. Which now?

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You need to iterate element.Connectors and there Name is the property of the connector.

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http://www.sparxsystems.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?num=1330884294/7#7

Though I would be very suspicious whether such a hack would actually fly. I guess EA will do some additional voodoo with the script. At least (I guess) it will only load it when the MDG is loaded (which is when you enable it or EA starts). Probably the standard stereos will likely also be evaluated only once.

Good luck!

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http://www.sparxsystems.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?num=1410225896/0#0

This search here did not return any meaningful result. However, the shadowed Google group had a lot more (meaningful) search results. Looks like the Sparx forum search is now faster finding nothing >:(

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8018
There's a recent feature request where one asks for configurable tool tips. Maybe you can join him.

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8019
You can't. I had some About menu entry at the end of the list. Not the same, I know.

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If you're going to send a feature request: it should not just the name of the open diagram be returned but also the physical dimension and position inside EA's window. Although I doubt seeing such functionality within the next 5 years.

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I guess you can't get that.

Why would you need that? You can get the currently open diagram. All others are just tabs. That's the same as if the were in the explorer, but just with a shortcut.

-- Oh. Except when you make them float  :-/
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I just made a test with the example help model. With all turned off it takes 1:40 minutes and it spits out a hand full of warnings (why? didn't I tell him to check nothing?). With all turned on it takes 1:48 minutes.

That#s speaking for itself.

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I guess the rules EA applies are rather complex (just have a look into Superstructures and you believe). Sparx is sticking quite strictly to what is written in Superstructures. So that might be the simple explanation. If you just want to verify your own ruleset you should skip the rest by implementing just those test via direct model inspection.

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Let us know the outcome.

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Oh. Is there any standard? I thought each vendor just invented its own flavor. iiRC IBM invented SQL in some of their labs. So I guess that there is some IBM standard for DB2. But there is no ISO standard or something like OMG?

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