Chapter 12. The Editing Pane

Table of Contents

12.1. Introduction
12.2. Mouse Behavior in the Editing Pane
12.2.1. Button 1 Click
12.2.2. Button 1 Double Click
12.2.3. Button 1 Motion
12.2.4. Shift and Ctrl modifiers with Button 1
12.2.5. Alt with Button 1 motion
12.2.6. Button 2 Actions
12.2.7. Button 2 Double Click
12.2.8. Button 2 Motion
12.3. The tool bar
12.3.1. Layout Tools
12.3.2. Annotation Tools
12.3.3. Drawing Tools
12.3.4. Use Case Diagram Specific Tools
12.3.5. Class Diagram Specific Tools
12.3.6. Sequence Diagram Specific Tools
12.3.7. Collaboration Diagram Specific Tools
12.3.8. Statechart Diagram Specific Tools
12.3.9. Activity Diagram Specific Tools
12.3.10. Deployment Diagram Specific Tools
12.4. The Broom
12.5. Selection Action Buttons
12.6. Clarifiers
12.7. The Drawing Grid
12.8. The Diagram Tab
12.9. Pop-Up Menus
12.9.1. Critiques
12.9.2. Ordering
12.9.3. Add
12.9.4. Show
12.9.5. Modifiers
12.9.6. Multiplicity
12.9.7. Aggregation
12.9.8. Navigability
12.10. Notation
12.10.1. Notation Languages
12.10.2. Notation Editing on the diagram
12.10.3. Notation Parsing

12.1. Introduction

Figure 12.1, “Overview of the editing pane” shows the ArgoUML window with the editing pane highlighted.

Figure 12.1. Overview of the editing pane

Overview of the editing pane

This is where all the diagrams are drawn. In earlier versions of ArgoUML this pane went under a variety of names. You may encounter “drawing pane”, “diagram pane” or “multi-editor pane” in other documentation that is still being updated.

The pane has a tool bar at the top, and a single tab labeled As Diagram at the bottom, which has no function in the 0.20 version of ArgoUML. The main area shows the currently selected diagram, of which the name is shown in the window title bar.