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  • Latest Post - ‏2019-06-17T07:40:05Z by fraserc
fraserc
fraserc
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Pinned topic NEW VIDEO: Using a perspective toolbar to simplify the user interface

‏2019-06-16T07:31:01Z |

Some of you already know this. However, I did this video in response to a client in my Rhapsody training a week or so ago. They were complaining that the user interface of Rhapsody had the old type of SysML ports (standard and flow ports) still available as well as the new ones (proxy and full). My explanation was really that different users still want to use them and it's difficult to keep everybody happy. The perspectives toolbar, however, offers the potential to do this because you can simplify the menus based on a pull-down list. Here's the catch, the standard SysML Perspectives toolbar isn't something I'd use. For me, the savvy user would create their own. In this video I show both the out-of-the-box perspectives toolbar and one I created myself. Like most things in Rhapsody, everything is customizable with Rhapsody properties.

http://www.mbsetraining.com/2019/06/rational-rhapsody-tip-59-making.html

 

  • Markus01
    Markus01
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    Re: NEW VIDEO: Using a perspective toolbar to simplify the user interface

    ‏2019-06-17T05:55:18Z  

    Dear Fracer,

    thanks for sharing this video and the contents. Is it possible that you may share the perspective file as well. It seems for me so reasonable to use just the lastest SysML ports and interfaces.

    Best Regards

    Markus

  • fraserc
    fraserc
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    Re: NEW VIDEO: Using a perspective toolbar to simplify the user interface

    ‏2019-06-17T07:40:05Z  

    Sure, this is a zip of the setting I used: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mF3c8cp4WSplJ74YQnVha9CIpDiK1oZ4/view?usp=sharing. The .sbsx (which is an 8.4 one) just pulls in the prp file using the Model::Profile::PropertyFile property hence should be easy to replicate with an earlier Rhapsody.