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Re: [jawe] Feature requests for process diagrams

Hi Jim,

thanks for your useful suggestions.
We just updated CVS with a version that shows activities differently if they 
have AND Split/Join (and with some additional
Regarding conditions, I think that the graph would look ugly if you have too 
long condition text, but maybe in the future we'll
include it as an option. Currently, you can see conditions as a tooltips when 
you position mouse over transition. Also, new CVS
update paints the transition line thicker if it is conditional transition.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Fulton" <jim@xxxxxxxx>
To: <jawe@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2005 11:57 PM
Subject: [jawe] Feature requests for process diagrams

> I don't know if this is really the right place to make feature
> requests, and I realize you are short of resources, but, for the
> record, it would be helpful if:
> - Conditions were drawn next to transitions on diagrams.
> - There was some visual cue to show AND splits and Joins.
> I think that seeing the ANDs and the conditions is important
> for understanding the flow when looking at a process diagram.
> BTW, Jawe is very usable and useful. I'm adding a WFMC-based
> workflow engine to Zope and I expect that lots of Zope users
> will use Jawe to develop their process models.
> Jim
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