System boundary in use case (#128)

Creating a system boundary and then dragging use cases connected to another use case via extend requires the system boundary to be sent to back using the Arrange->Order->Send to back function in order to have the extension connectors shown on top of the system boundary.

2 December 2012 23:22:01
25 May 2020 10:36:13
Requested by
Tomas Sandkvist
Windows 7 64-bit
Solved in

Dusan Rodina - 3 December 2012 1:19:38

I will adjust this behavior in one of next versions.

Now, you can avoid it so that you turn on 'Display relations always on top' option. You can find it here: Tools -> Options -> Diagram Editor -> Display relations always on top

Tomas Sandkvist 4 December 2012 2:16:03

Unfortunately that option is already selected, so it seems it does not work as suggested.

Dusan Rodina - 4 December 2012 2:28:39

Very strange... I will try to find out where is the problem and fix it. Currently, I cannot reproduce it with the same settings. So it will need a deeper analysis.

Your Name:
You can use these formatting tags: [b]bold[/b] [i]italic[/i] [u]underline[/u] [url][/url] [code]some code[/code] [quote]quoted text[/quote] [list]one list item per line[/list]