file Problem with "z-index" in my diagrams

8 years 3 months ago #2695 by jmdesprez
Hi,

I'm using this version of modelio :
Version 3.1.1
Build: 201402210039
Metamodel: 9020
System: win32 (6.1)
Architecture: x86_64

I have a problem with the "z-index" in my diagrams because the last added "element" is always on top of the others.

This occurs at least in sequence diagrams and class diagrams.

How to reproduce for a class diagram :
  1. Create a class diagram
  2. Create a class
  3. Add a note to this class
  4. Create a package
  5. Drag and drop the class into the package
The class is "over" the package but the note is below (as in class_diag.png attachment).
How to "fix" :
  1. Add a note to the same class (the note will be over the package)
  2. Copy content of the first note to the second
  3. Delete the first note

How to reproduce for a sequence diagram :
  1. Create a sequence diagram
  2. Add a first lifeline
  3. Add a combined fragment
  4. Add a second lifeline
The second lifeline is over the combined fragment (see sequence_diag.png).
Same solution as the class diagram: create a new combined fragment, configure it and remove the other.

Is there any way to fix this issues without recreate some parts of my diagrams ?
There are plenty of useful function (align, make same size, ...) but I cannot see "move to top" or "move up" in the tools.

It's not a big deal with the sequence diagrams but this can be very annoying for notes in class diagrams.

Thanks
Jean-Marc
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8 years 3 months ago #2700 by barbe.rousse
Hi Jean-Marc,

Before any fix, another workaround consist of masking your Note and drag and drop it from the Note view. It does not really solve your issue but at least you do not have to modify your model by deleting and creating something new (with some copy paste).

Regards,

BR
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8 years 3 months ago #2711 by jmdesprez
Hi,
It's a clever solution, thank !

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