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How to show arrowheads for connectors in DNG diagrams?

Ravi Gollapudi (37121) | asked Jun 08 '20, 2:20 a.m.
edited Jun 08 '20, 2:42 a.m.
I am creating some UML State Machines and Activity diagrams using DNG diagramming tool, because I want to link individual elements to requirements.
Issue is I am not able to show arrowheads on the connectors to show from which state to which state.
I cannot put an image here, I am just seeing simple connector lines between elements, but not the actual associativity.

Can anyone help me in this, how to show the directional arrowheads for connectors?


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Robert Truban (611) | answered Jun 08 '20, 1:51 p.m.


If you right-click on the connector you can display the 'properties'.  You set the arrows there.



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Carol Watson (71017) | answered Jun 08 '20, 4:17 p.m.

 Hi Ravi,

If you right click on the Connector and click Properties, you'll see a section at the bottom for including arrows.


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