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Feature Requests / Re: Redraw default arrow routes
« Last post by pbeilschmidt on July 18, 2018, 08:28 AM »
Hello Matt,

thanks for your post. This is indeed a good suggestion, and we will consider it for future development.

At present, setting an arrow back to its original direct routing (with no additional waypoints) is only possible for a single arrow via its context menu. This does not work if several arrows are selected.

We'll keep you posted here on this.
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Feature Requests / Redraw default arrow routes
« Last post by mbdavis on July 17, 2018, 06:47 PM »
Hello,

It would be useful to be able to automatically reset arrows to a default routing/position. For example: to be able to select all, then click a button, and all arrow routes are reset (removing all user-added points and resetting default point locations relative to processes).

Thank you,
Matt
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Vorlagen für Textblöcke mit Schriftfeldern in Englisch finden Sie hier.

Ich würde mich freuen, wenn Sie mir Ihre Erfahrungen im Umgang mit den Schriftfeldern für Technische Zeichnungen in e!Sankey und etwaige Verbesserungswünsche mitteilen.
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General Discussion / Re: EN ISO 7200 Title blocks technical drawings
« Last post by pbeilschmidt on July 05, 2018, 01:13 PM »
Let me know if that solution for EN ISO 7200 compliant text fields works for you in e!Sankey. Your comments and suggestion are much appreciated.
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General Discussion / Re: EN ISO 7200 Title blocks technical drawings
« Last post by pbeilschmidt on July 05, 2018, 01:10 PM »
And finally, for those who just wish to use the images, here they are as EMF vector graphics files.

You can use these to insert the text block as a background image behind an existing Sankey diagram:
  • Download the EMF file for the correct target paper size (a4 portrait, A4 landscape, A3 landscape.
  • In your Sankey diagram file simply add a an image element of a deliberate size.
  • Load the EMF file using the 'Load Image File' button.
  • Make sure to set the option 'Original Size' in the properties panel (see attached screenshot)
  • To have the frame in the back, and be able to edit the other diagram elements, open the context menu of the image and set 'Element Layer' > 'Send to Back'.
  • Once placed correctly behind your Sankey diagram, it is recommended to use the option 'Lock Position' to avoid moving the image accidentally.
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General Discussion / Re: EN ISO 7200 Title blocks technical drawings
« Last post by pbeilschmidt on July 05, 2018, 12:54 PM »
Find below the files for A3 landscape paper orientation with editable text block and with text block as background picture.
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General Discussion / Re: EN ISO 7200 Title blocks technical drawings
« Last post by pbeilschmidt on July 05, 2018, 12:53 PM »
Find below the files for A4 landscape paper orientation with editable text block and with text block as background picture.
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General Discussion / Re: EN ISO 7200 Title blocks technical drawings
« Last post by pbeilschmidt on July 05, 2018, 12:51 PM »
Find below the files for A4 portrait paper orientation with editable text block and with text block as background picture.
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General Discussion / EN ISO 7200 Title blocks technical drawings
« Last post by pbeilschmidt on July 05, 2018, 12:49 PM »
From time to time users ask us how they can do a Sankey diagram featuring the typical title blocks with data fields known from architectural drawings or CAD drawings.

These title blocks for technical documentation are described in EN ISO 7200. It defines mandatory fields and the width of the block (180 mm).

Since the target diagram output size in e!Sankey is not defined by choosing a paper size at the beginning, but rather the Sankey diagram can be scaled after it has been drawn to fit onto a specific paper format, it is kind of difficult to maintain a fixed box width of 180mm (independent of the zoom fakctor of the Sankey diagram). Therefore, in this solution we have a fixed paper format, and the diagram must be adapted to fit onto the paper.

We are providing below two types of files that can be used in e!Sankey 4.5. They have the text block according to EN ISO 7200 (in the "compact" form shown in Figure 1 in the standard) with English text fields.
  • one file has text box editable, so that users can change/translate the labels
  • the other file has the text box ans presized image in the back ground with editable text fields as overlay

When using these .sankey files make sure you keep zoom factor to 100% (default) and don't draw your Sankey diagram beyond the frame line.

For printing ensure you choose the correct paper orientation and remove any preset print margins for printout. The value should be zero (0 mm), otherwise the diagram may overflow to a second page. The printer might issue a warning that a minimum margin will be added.
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Und zu guter Letzt noch die drei Schriftfelder als Vektorgrafik (EMF). Diese können Sie bei bestehenden Sankey-Diagrammen als Bildelement im Hintergrund einfügen.

Dazu einfach ein beliebig großes leeres Bildelement setzen (z.B. links oben) und dann mit 'Öffne Bild-Datei' die entsprechende EMF-Datei laden.

Um die Originalgröße A4/A3 mit einem Schriftfeld-Block von 180 mm Breite beizubehalten, bitte in den Eigenschaften (siehe angehängtes Bild) die Option 'Originalgröße' setzen.

Wenn das EMF-Bild vor oder über dem Sankey-Diagramm liegen sollte, im Kontext-Menü über 'Elementebene' > 'In den Hintergrund bringen' ganz in den Hintergrund legen. Damit es nicht mehr verändert/verschoben werden kann, am Besten die Option 'Bild fixieren' anschalten.
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