2 trivial questions. Didn’t think it worth raising a new topic for each.
1 Ctrl+Click to Open
Lets you go straight to a glossary item Great. But how do you we get back to where we clicked? In other words, what’s the equivalent of the “Back” button? I found a ref in another forum question which suggests the answer is alt-(left key) - which I assume means alt + (left cursor) but it doesn’t work.
So far, I’ve only been able to get back by going to the switch list or project browser and crawling back to the diagram from which I clicked
2 Arrowheads drawn by dragging the Resources Catalog - no match in the “Format Arrow Heads” dialog
If I use the “drag resource catalog” option, its a nice quick way to add new elements. They all get drawn with default connector and arrowhead.
If I need to insert a new element in the mix and connect to and from it with my own connectors, I cannot match the arrowheads drawn by the auto method.
and I’ll throw in two minor irritants.
2a Why doesn’t the connector logic follow the default rule that arrowheads will always appear at the destination? I always draw my connections from source to destination, yet about half the time, when I then add an arrowhead, its at the source end and I have to use the “reverse connector” option.
2b I think I spotted a reference, somewhere, to a “default connector” option but cannot retrace my steps. 99% of my connectors are straightforward “source to destination, with arrow at the destination”. Surely there’s a way to make that the default (like it is with the auto “drag resource catalog” behaviour)