Figure 3–41. Info Tool for graphs.
|The project that the graph belongs to. In the example figure the graph called ‘TASTW’ belongs to the ‘Digital Watch’ project.|
|Unique Object ID of the graph.|
|Locking information. In the example figure the graph ‘TASTW’ is currently not locked by anyone.|
|The representations that the graph has. In the example figure the graph ‘TASTW’ has only one diagram representation, made on November 2nd 2000.|
|The elements of this graph that are also represented (re-used) in other graphs. According to the example figure ‘AlarmClock’ is also used in graph ‘TAST’.|
|The objects in this graph which have decompositions, and the existing representations of those decomposition graphs. In the figure, the graph ‘TASTW’ includes five decomposed objects. Because ‘AlarmClock’ is selected, the Info Tool also shows the representations of the target graph for the decomposition: a diagram called ‘AlarmClock’.|
|The objects which have explosions in this graph, and the existing representations of those explosion graphs. In the figure, the graph ‘TASTW’ does not include any exploded objects.|
Figure 3–42. Info Tool for objects etc.
|The project that the element belongs to. In the figure the state called ‘AlarmClock’ belongs to the ‘Digital Watch’ project.|
|Unique Object ID of the element.|
|Whether that element itself is locked (NB elements themselves are only locked when their decomposition graph link is changed, or properties are shared or unshared)|
|A Check Property Locks button which shows whether the properties of the object are locked (editing an object locks all its properties), and allows you to open an Info Tool for a property. (This button is not shown in the Info Tool for a property.)|
|A list of representations of the element in graph representations. In the figure ‘AlarmClock’ is used in the diagram representations of two graphs. For properties, this list shows the objects etc. that use this property.|