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When you start Astah SysML for the first time, you may get this blank screen.
But once you create a project or a diagram, the left pane will open:
When you create a new file, it always includes pre-installed models in a package as shown below.
Astah SysML consists of five sections:
Project View provides an overview of the whole project. Tabs at the top can be used to switch the view between “Structure Tree”, “Diagram” and “Search”.
The Structure Tree is the default view in this Project View where you can see the structure of the whole model in your project in a hierarchy view. You can organize diagrams and models using packages.
When a model is used in more than one place, you can find where they are and jump to it.
[Diagram] view shows a list of all the diagrams in the project file. You can sort this list by its name, diagram type, the model type and also packages where the diagrams belong to.
You can open the diagram or jump to where the diagram is in the structure tree from the context menu of the diagram in this list.
In this Search view, you can search models and diagrams within a project.
You can use search options to access the specific models or replace strings, and clean up the project by finding unused models or broken hyperlinks…etc.
You can filter out models that are not on any of the diagrams or referenced by any other models and also find broken hyperlinks.
Dark theme is available since version 8.0. To change the theme, go to [View] – [Look & Feel].
After changing the theme, you will need to restart Astah SysML.
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Map View is a controller of the diagram view. Since version 8.0, this appears at the corner of Diagram editor.
The blue rectangle indicates the area that is currently shown in the Diagram Editor.
You can drag the blue rectangle to change the area you want to see on the diagram editor.
You can resize the blue rectangle by a right-drag to pinpoint where you want to see of the diagram.
You can place this Map View at any corner of the diagram editor from [Tools] – [System Properties] – [Basic] – [Diagram Editor] – [Location of Map View in the Diagram Editor].
(e.g. Move Map View up to the right-corner of the diagram editor)