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Can i remove message numbering in TogetherJ seq diag?

 
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Can i remove message numbering in TogetherJ seq diag similar to Rational Rose where this option is configurable. I have checked both CC and Solo flavor of Togetherj 6.1...couldnt found such a option ? Any idea...
 
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Nishant...
Could you get an answer for this ? I am also struggling with the same issue.
I think lots of people on Java Ranch have used TogetherJ. I can't believe they submitted sequence diagrams with message numbering. It simply makes the diagram too untidy. There must be some way out. ANY IDEAS ANYBODY ?
Thanks in advance.
Rajat
 
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Okay Guys, Its sorted. Just needed few minutes of digging in Together's Help docs. Go to Tools -> Options -> Diagram Level.
In the resulting window, go to View Management -> Sequence Diagram and uncheck the box for Show message numbers.
And voila!! they vanish ..
 
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