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Hazy Image of Class diagram

 
kamal hasann
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I have completed my SCEA Part II Class Diagram in Enterprise Architect 7.5.
In EA the Class diagram looks very well but when I convert it to .jpg or .png I got the hazy image. I have tried all the possible way but cannot resolve this problem.
If possible please help me.
 
Geert van der Ploeg
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An idea for a workaround:
- Zoom in EA to make the diagram look like it should (probably 100%)
- press alt-printscreen on your keyboard
- open Paint and paste your diagram there
- use Paint's tools to cut away the clutter from the screenshot, keeping only the diagram
- save as... etc.
 
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Geert van der Ploeg wrote:An idea for a workaround:
- Zoom in EA to make the diagram look like it should (probably 100%)
- press alt-printscreen on your keyboard
- open Paint and paste your diagram there
- use Paint's tools to cut away the clutter from the screenshot, keeping only the diagram
- save as... etc.


I do not use EA, but this is the technique I used to represent the diagrams. Of course if was not possible to do the same for my sequence diagram which spanned across 25 different fragments
 
kamal hasann
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Thank You All for Your valuable comment.

Yesterday I have read an article in google : "Exporting a Rational Rose diagram out to a graphical image". There below technique was mentioned :

1. Copy and Paste:

The simplest thing to do is to just bring up the diagram. Copy the diagram to the clipboard by doing an Edit > Select All, followed by an Edit > Copy. You can also copy the diagram by selecting all (typing Ctrl-a) and copying, Ctrl-c. Then open up a graphic application like Microsoft Paint or Adobe Photoshop and paste the contents of the clipboard into that new file. You can also paste into Microsoft Visio by using Save As from the file menu as a jpg extension.


I have tried this technique and the issue is resolved.


 
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