In the editor window, the "Attributes" bar on the right is hidden by default. We would like you to open by default. The preferred state should be configurable.
Autocomplete glossary entries should work better. This applies both to "in-line glossary links" (book symbol eg to activity) and to attributes of the type "glossary reference". - the (similarity) search does not work reliably: blanks, umlauts etc. distort the search results. - Even if multiple search results are found, "Create new entry" should be proposed.
During the convention check of the process diagram, the list of notes, warnings and errors is displayed in the lower area as the result. After every change in the diagram resulting from the execution of the list from the convention check, the user is asked to update the list of notes, warnings and errors. As long as the list is not updated, no further entries can be clicked on and the errors are no longer displayed in ...more »
After a custom modeling convention is created, it can not be renamed anymore.
While activities by default distribute the name of the activity over several lines, a line break must be forced manually in case of events (ENTER). The line break is necessary, however, if events have long names (otherwise, much space must be reserved for predecessor or successor elements). However, manually inserting a line break is not only cumbersome but also leads to a completely different problem: When creating a ...more »
At the moment a sheet (the white area) with a diagram AUTOMATICALLY GROWS with, especially with the "Create space tool", or even when inserting elements. A reduction of the sheet is then only possible with the yellow arrows that appear at the edge. IDEA: a button at the top of the taskbar that automatically adjusts / trims the sheet to the largest content in the chart (+ small margin x, so there is no element on the sheet ...more »
As dictionary content is automatically published once added to the dictionary the same governance that is possible with process maps is not possible with dictionary entries. By allowing dictionary entries to be in a published or unpublished state would also support impact analysis if a dictionary entry needs to change.
It would be nice if you could display a ruler and gridlines to align elements horizontally and vertically.
Currently, a new revision is made whenever a user saves changes made to a diagram. Thus a diagram will have hundreds of revisions during its lifespan. The diagram comparison tool doesn't communicate which, if any, of these hundreds of revisions were published. This results in it being difficult to identify what the diagram looked like when it was published, and thus difficult to identify what has changed from a previously ...more »
If all tasks in a subprocess are of a certain task type (e. g. service task), it would simplify diagram reading to be able to mark the collapsed subprocess with the same task type.
When creating process maps, there is the "process link" as a connector for the individual process elements. This one can not be labeled at the moment. Similar to the sequence flow at BPMN, we would like to be able to label this connector as well.
In the process editor, the areas for displaying the modeling elements and the attributes of the selected element can be opened and closed by clicking on the respective double arrow. This is very useful, but can currently only be done via mouse interaction. Here, similarly to the unfolding of the history in the Explorer with space bar, also defined shortcuts would be very desirable and helpful, by which the visibility ...more »