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Re: tweaking UML diagrams

Thanks, changing the #define works!
I noticed that all types of UML objects have their own hardcoded
line-width (usually 0.1). Would it be worth defining it centrally so all
UML objects (including aggregation arrows, etc.) would share one value?


Am Die, den 27.07.2004 schrieb Lars Clausen um 22:21:
> On Tue, 2004-07-27 at 22:05, Robert Staudinger wrote:
> > Hello, 
> > 
> > i've been doing a few class diagrams in dia, which i then exported to
> > eps in order to include them in a latex document.
> > It would be really cool if there would be a possibility to reduce the
> > class-boxes', arrows' etc. border width because the diagram looks very
> > "bold" after latex pdf generation.
> > I've been looking into the saved .dia file, but line-width doesn't seem
> > to be an explicit property of the uml shapes.
> > Any possibility to get "finer" lines would really help me. Maybe there's
> > even a possibility to hack (postprocess :) the eps file? 
> The UML class source file defines 
> #define UMLCLASS_BORDER 0.1
> While it can be changed to be settable in the properties, the UML class
> code is really fugly and I cannot advice anyone who values his or her
> sanity to try to add stuff to it.
> Still haven't heard back about the PROP_LIST update that would allow us
> to finally get all UML objects into stdprop format (basically, it has to
> provide the list-with-properties-per-item like UML Class operations and
> attributes).
> -Lars
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