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brice.sommacal at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 03:27:24 PDT 2009
Thanks for giving us some nice enlightenments on that!
> The pprj file stores the information about the browser slots for
> classes. For example, let's say that the browser slot for class Person
> was "firstName" (a property the ontology). The 3.3.1 pprj would store
> this information "Person browser text firstName" (in a more obfuscated
Could you explain to us where the browser text is stored? is it on the .pprj
I didn't find it yet!
> Unfortunately saving the .forms file will not help because only the
> layout information is stored, not the browser text.
Ok. But, what about the instanceTableWidget? Do you know how we could keep
in track the selected columns? Is that stored on the .pprj too?
Thanks in advance,
> albertc wrote:
> > Thanks Samson..
> > But I cannot see how this solve my problem, as I do not want to reset the
> > display slot, I just want 3.4 to retain all my settings in 3.3.
> > Cheers
> > Albert
> > Samson Tu wrote:
> >> 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
> >>> 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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