[gme-users] vertical ordering of ports changes on reference to model?

Zoltan Molnar zolmol at isis.vanderbilt.edu
Thu Jan 26 12:21:10 CST 2006

The objects' different placement in two aspects might cause something
similar. Is that the case?
Try to use: Edit menu/Sync Aspects...
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Subject: [gme-users] vertical ordering of ports changes on reference to



I apologize in advance if this issue has been asked/addressed before; I
was unable to find anything on this topic in the gme-users archive but I
may have missed it....


I'm using a metamodel where I describe models with a number of ports,
and then utilize references to those models in other places... When I go
to a view looking at the original model within a "mother" model, the
ports are all aligned on the side of the box in a vertical order that I
like.  However, when I go to a view looking at a reference to the model,
they are in a different vertical order.  It seems like every reference
to the model puts the ports in the same (undesirable) vertical


I have the ports lined up nice in a straight vertical line in the
original model definition...  


Also, I'm using GME 5.9.21...


Any ideas what might be happening here?





Ace Thompson

Ignite Analytics Corporation

acethompson at igniteweb.net

m. 480 703 8909


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