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  • Magnetic guidelines << CPN Tools Homepage
    the guideline to appear Attaching objects to guidelines To attach an object to a guideline move it close to the guideline When it is close enough the guideline highlights to indicate that object has snapped to the guideline If you then drop it it will stick to the guideline Elements that are created near a guideline also snaps to the guideline Elements can snap to multiple guidelines allowing you to

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/editing/layout/magnetic_guidelines (2016-04-26)
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  • Move and pan, multiple views << CPN Tools Homepage
    s Help Move and pan multiple views To create two views of the same page drag a second copy of the page out of the index into the workspace with either hand Drop it in an existing binder or on the workspace to create a new binder Any changes you make to one view is immediately visible in the other view See the Resize pan and zoom page for more

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/editing/layout/move_and_pan_multiple_vie (2016-04-26)
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  • Resize, pan, and zoom << CPN Tools Homepage
    top or bottom of the page To resize a binder click and drag the lower right corner of the binder the area with the small gray triangle The position and size of the binder are saved when you Save a net Pages To pan the contents of a page press and drag on the background the yellow area of the page with the left button To zoom the contents of

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/editing/layout/resize_pan_and_zoom (2016-04-26)
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  • Editing the net structure << CPN Tools Homepage
    Documentation Support Contact Book creator Add this page to your book Book creator Remove this page from your book Show modify book 6 page s Help Editing the net structure Add edit declarations Add edit inscriptions Cloning Deep cloning Edit

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/editing/structure/start (2016-04-26)
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  • Add/edit declarations << CPN Tools Homepage
    pressing Ctrl Enter You can also add a declaration to an existing declaration if you separate them with a When you finish text editing the declarations will be split into separate declarations To finish text editing click somewhere on the background or press the ESC key Add a declaration block Declaration blocks are used to divide declarations into groups often in larger nets with many declarations Below the variables are put together under a block called VARIABLES To add a declaration block bring up the Declarations marking menu and select the New Block entry The new block will appear at the bottom of the list or after the declaration where you added it and it will be in text edit mode when it appears To add a declaration to a block bring up the Declarations marking menu on the block and select the New Decl entry Moving a declaration or declaration block It is possible to rearrange the declarations by dragging and dropping within the Declarations entry in the index You can drag declarations into and out of declarations block to improve your overview of your declarations The only limitation is the syntax check which requires declarations to come after those it depends on But this can be achieved by dragging declarations Adding declarations through keyboard shortcut If you are editing a declaration or block see below you can add a new declaration by pressing Ctrl Enter If you are editing in the index the new declaration will appear below the one you are editing If you are editing in a text sheet the new declaration will be opened in the same binder as the one you are working in Edit a declaration To edit a declaration or block open it in the index by clicking on the triangle next

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/editing/structure/addedit_declarations (2016-04-26)
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  • Add/edit inscriptions << CPN Tools Homepage
    arc where you want to add the inscription This activates the text edit mode for the object you have clicked on If you are holding a tool at hand use a Long click to activate the text edit mode and add the inscription Immediately after creating a place transition or arc you are also in the text edit mode and can add the first inscription right away When adding and editing Place inscriptions there is an auto completion feature that can be used to suggest and cycle through relevant color set inscriptions For more information about this feature please see the help page for Place inscriptions Editing inscriptions You edit an inscription by simply clicking on it If you have a tool at hand use the Long click See more about how to Edit text When you are done editing an inscription you can use the Tab key to go to the next inscription The order of the inscriptions when using the Tab key is for places name type color set and initial marking For transitions the order is name guard time delay and Code segments Arcs only have one inscription When you have changed or added an initial marking

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/editing/structure/addedit_inscriptions (2016-04-26)
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  • Cloning << CPN Tools Homepage
    some restrictions on what can be cloned in this way The cloned group of elements must not have any dangling arcs arcs with one or two endpoints not in the group attempting to clone a group with dangling arcs result in an error message similar to the one below Similarly inscriptions cannot be cloned as part of a group unless the element they are attached to is also in the group If a group of elements contains substitution transitions then new instances of the subpages will be created when the group of elements is cloned that is the subpages are not cloned Cloning subpages is described on the help page for Deep cloning Clone between nets Every cloned element can be placed in an arbitrary open net In this way cloned elements can be transported across nets The same goes for groups of elements meaning you can clone entire groups of elements to other nets Cloning subpages between nets is more complicated The hierarchical relationships that are created in the new net depend on the way in which new objects are created Assume that a group of elements containing a substitution transition has been cloned in one net by applying the Clone element tool to an element in a group The tool in hand is now a clone of a group of elements When this tool is applied several times in another net before applying the Drop tool then several instances of the subpages will be created As can be seen in the previous example applying the tool twice in a net different from the net from which the clone was made will result in two instances of the page named Subpage clone These instances are shown below as Subpage clone 1 and Subpage clone 2 Another way to clone subpages between nets is to Clone a group of elements including a substitution transition in one net Apply the tool in hand that is create copies of the original elements to a page in another net Reset the Clone element tool by applying the Drop tool or by quitting CPN Tools for instance Repeat steps 1 and 2 using the same nets In this case independent copies of the subpages will be created that is new instances of the same subpage will not be created These independent copies of the subpage will have the same name for example Subpage clone but they will otherwise be unrelated to each other In the next example the two pages named Subpage clone are completely independent from each other Clone a page The Clone element tool also allows cloning of a page or a hierarchy of pages In this case a new page is created for each page in the cloned hierarchy i e the page being cloned and all of its subpages each with the text clone appended to its name The top page will be cloned and it will be independent of the original page but for all subpages new instances of

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/editing/structure/cloning (2016-04-26)
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  • Deep cloning << CPN Tools Homepage
    support cloning a substitution transitions or pages or group containing substitution transitions with all its subpages You will only get new instances of the subpage represented by any substitution transition This can be annoying when editing nets where subpages only differ a little bit This is a guide to work around this limitation The trick Clone the substitution transitions to another net and back Long version To perform a deep

    Original URL path: http://cpntools.org/documentation/tasks/editing/structure/deep_cloning (2016-04-26)
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