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[protege-owl] Bug?

Brice Sommacal brice.sommacal at
Wed Mar 11 12:43:28 PDT 2009

Hey guys,

You are both right.

But as it's explained in Albertc's example, the main problem is about the
Multiple Slots display.

I've got the same issue on my work. I have to use Protégé 3.4 RC2 (because
of the import of ontology from the Net) with a project made on Protégé
3.3.1. On the first project, they used to set specific display for the n-ary
relation slots. And, when I open that in Protégé 3.4, my slots are set on a
single literal widget.  :(

If someone has got the solution in mind.. it will be great!!!!! otherwise, I
will still be working on it next days...


2009/3/11 Samson Tu <swt at>

> In 3.4 (and also in previous Protege versions), you can set the display
> slots at the highest level classes, and the display slots setting should
> be inherited by subclasses.
> In 4.0, go to File/Preferneces... menu item, and in the renderer tab,
> select the Entity rendering you want.
> Samson
> albertc wrote:
> > Hi Brice,
> >
> > Thank you for your brilliant idea. But my problem is more complicated
> than
> > what I described, as I need to display multiple slots for thousands of
> > classes, I do not want to go into every class and picks the slot/slots I
> > need, please see the following thread too, he has similar problem:
> >
> >
> >
> > No one seems to have solved this, or no one cares?? It seems an obvious
> bug
> > from 3.4. Now I am installing 3.3 and 3.4 and 4.0 in all my machines.
> >
> > Cheers
> > Albert
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