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DCR Whiteboard – Settings

You can change the default behavior in DCR Designer using the Edit–>Settings menu in DCR Whiteboard or the user profile

DCR Whiteboard- Settings

You can change various settings in DCR Whiteboard by choosing the Edit–>Settings menu.

The different elements are explained below:

ElementDescription
Auto ShowIf on DCR Whiteboard will automatically open the Options menu on the right whenever selecting an activity or a rule.
TooltipIf on DCR Whiteboard will display a tooltip when holding the mouse over an activity.
Activity TypeIf on DCR Whiteboard will display the activity type in the lower area of the activity, if any. Clicking on the activity type will open the parameter menu.
Unique IdActivity id’s are normally unique. However, DCR supports multi located activities, i.e. having the same activity several places in the process model.
RenderIf on the process model will be rendered in DCR Simulator.

User profile

You can open the user profile by selecting the profile in upper right corner:

This will open the user profile which can be edited.

You can choose to change your name, profile image, company, job title and description.

Further you can enter the following data:

ElementDescription
Custom DCR AI Guide URLDCR AI Guide is part of DCR Simulator. You can develop your own DCR AI Guide as outlined here. Once online you can change the link from the built in DCR AI GUide to your own guide.
Custom Highlighter Suggest URLDCR Highlighter Suggest is part of DCR Highlighter. The DCR Highlighter Suggest is an AI algorithm that use natural language processing (NPL) analyzing the text from DCR Highlighter. You can enter your own link for a custom module for the NLP algorithm.
Make my profile searchable in the public DCR communityIf your profile is searchable in the public DCR community other users can search for your profile and link to you.

Related Release notes

Release 6.3

  • Faster and smoother looking DCR portal
  • Making it easier for modellers - Use drag-n-drop to nest activity

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