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Got it Phil, will follow your good suggestion.

Thanks,
Xiaoqi
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General Archi Discussion / Re: List of organizations known to use Archi
« Last post by majiro on July 26, 2021, 08:59:59 AM »
Hi,

I am a member of an ongoing project to define next version of O-DA.
# O-DA: https://www.opengroup.org/open-group-releases-dependability-through-assuredness-%E2%84%A2-standard

Archimate is set as language for enterprise architecture design in the new standard and of course Archi is de facto.
I am in charge of some Archi extention for O-DA.

BR
Jiro
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Archi Development / Re: Archi Report Translation
« Last post by Phil Beauvoir on July 26, 2021, 08:36:44 AM »
Hi,

I'm interested in internationalization in Archi and I have found this thread.

I'm going to prepare Japanese resources for UI but could we discuss how I can contribute them.

BR
Jiro

Hi, the information for translation is here:

https://github.com/archimatetool/archi/wiki/Translating-Archi

There are people who have translated Archi who would be best to consult on this. If you search this forum and the issues tracker (https://github.com/archimatetool/archi/issues) you can see how they managed it.

Please not that a translation pack should be maintained and hosted by the translator, although we can link to it on the Archi website.

Phil
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As long as images are not too big and too many, performance should not be impacted too much. Using images in a model does of course mean they take slightly longer to save and open. But I think as long as image use is reasonable, this won't be too bad.
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Archi Development / Re: Archi Report Translation
« Last post by majiro on July 26, 2021, 08:29:38 AM »
Hi,

I'm interested in internationalization in Archi and I have found this thread.

I'm going to prepare Japanese resources ( for UI, first of all ) but could we discuss how I can contribute them.

BR
Jiro
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Hi Phil,

I think it should be the situation as you described, I normally keep the model and also the Properties window open all the time, I'll further observe any other similar properties may happen like this again, then can confirm on the behavior.

Thanks, Xiaoqi

It would be better to keep the Search Filter closed when not needed. It has a performance hit if the tree is heavily populated.
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Hi Phil,

I think it should be the situation as you described, I normally keep the model and also the Properties window open all the time, I'll further observe any other similar properties may happen like this again, then can confirm on the behavior.

Thanks, Xiaoqi
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Actually, I know how this can happen.

The search filter only resets when you either close (and re-open) the search bar or you manually select "Reset Filters". This is in order to not keep re-creating sub-menus for properties in response to every action (new property, edit property, delete etc) which would be expensive and incur bad performance.

So, the general idea is that if you using the search filter for properties and you keep it open all the time, you need to reset it when you make changes that affect properties, or when you close or open a model.

Edit - next version will reset the search Properties list on model load/close.
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I don't know why you are seeing this. Nothing is cached. The code used by the search filter is really quite simple.

All models that are loaded in Archi (and therefore visible in the tree) are searched for their properties, added to a unique list, sorted, and displayed as menus in the search filter.

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Thanks greatly JB for pointing to that "drill down" function, I didn't realize that valuable feature which can so much help narrow down to the focused group when filtering, fantastic!

Sorry, as the model contains our internal information, cannot share it directly.

Howerver, with both you and Phil's response, I've tried further, it always there even I just leave the model close and open again and again. But finally I closed all applications and cold reboot my laptop, and now, as attached picture, it's not there.

Actually, our model is using Git/DevOps via coArchi, I'm thinking whether it's due to the cache somewhere, although frontend I already cleared all elements (make sure) using that property, but need some hard "reset" (like reboot PC) to clear the cache.

I don't treat it as a bug, just interesting to see some delay for consistency, now it's OK, and will keep looking for any other evidence to support my guess.

Again, thanks for both of you, have a nice day,
Xiaoqi
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