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I think that is the main task of a modeler: creating elements (via the power of brain) and arrange them on diagrams (via power of hands) to please visual perception.

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7997
QL is tricky, especially when doing such "strange" things. I guess you need to cross fingers that one of the smart Sparxians is reading this and has an idea. Good liuck.

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7998
You need to place the image on a public server. Then you can add the link to it with the image icon above.

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7999
I remember there was something - but what was it  :-/

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8000
EA has also some of that "intellisense" but it's not that smart. It only works after you write the table name and the dot, not for an alias.

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8001
ParentID instead if Parent_ID will likely solve the issue.

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8002
That happens if you copy/paste without thinking :-[

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8003
Set m_targetPackage = m_targetPackage

does nothing. You likely want

Set m_targetPackage = m_rootPackage

to add the new package to the root. Else if you want to add to another exiting package use

Set m_targetPackage = Repository.GetElementByGUID(myotherGUID)


Then you can add via

Set package = m_targetPackage.Packages.AddNew(m_packageName,"")


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8004
I would just confirm that package1 and 2 really contain what the name suggests by inspecting the guid and verifying it in the project browser.

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8005
What does "Package1 -> Package2" mean?

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8006
Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: Gradients in subshapes
« on: March 04, 2015, 10:51:04 pm »
Backdoor programming via the registry and then restart EA. Nuke 'em all.

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Automation Interface, Add-Ins and Tools / Re: Gradients in subshapes
« on: March 04, 2015, 10:07:00 pm »
There was an option somewhere in the depth of the options to turn of the gradient completely. Besides using white that would have been my only escape.

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8008
Yes and no. The last parameter instructs EA to strip the GUIDs. In that case you will create all new elements in the package. And since the package gets a new GUID it's not found in the list of existing packages. Thus no deletion. But all the elements are created new. Do you want that?

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8009
Import always replaces the package. EA deletes the package contents prior to importing the elements from the file.

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8010
Yeah, lol. In a real project the only one to ask would be a recruiter or an employment office :-) If you have motivated kids you would probably not have lost them. My youngest is very engaged and in school he and his friends have a lot of fun in that kind of courses.

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