Understand the art of the possible. My mission is to make executable Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) easy with the Object Management Group's Systems Modeling Language™ (SysML®) and UML® to make simple modeling easy to deploy to the masses. This site provides practical experience of tuning IBM® Rational® Rhapsody® - a precision engineering UML/SysML tool. Rhapsody tips and ideas will be posted with links to videos. You can follow by email (if google app is allowed).
Friday, 6 May 2016
Rhapsody Tip #16 - Some magic drawing key tips to know (Simple)
IBM Rational Rhapsody has a number of handy key presses you can use when you're drawing diagrams, e.g., holding down the alt key to prevent re-sizing contained elements is the one most people learn first but there are others, e.g., press Shift while re-sizing will keep the shape's symmetry, and pressing Shift while moving an element with arrows allows you to nudge without moving the contained elements. There's also ways to add user points and draw lines parallel to the axis. This short video shows a bunch of them.
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