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brice.sommacal at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 12:43:28 PDT 2009
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 stanford.edu>
> 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.
> albertc wrote:
> > Hi Brice,
> > Thank you for your brilliant idea. But my problem is more complicated
> > 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
> > 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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