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How do I get rid of the accupuncture pins that stick in my tables on the lefty side?
They look like UML Interface symbols, but stick out quite far and get in the way when orgenising a nice compact printout.
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I think you are talking about "stalks", and more information regarding these can be found from the below link:
http://www.red-gate.com/supportcenter/C ... 428712.htm
Unfortunately, there isn't anyway to remove these from the diagram at the present time however I can raise a feature request for you if you wish?
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I'd like the option to remove the pins. They do not serve any purpose when the diagram is printed.
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whenriksen wrote:I'd like the option to remove the pins. They do not serve any purpose when the diagram is printed.
I second this request, all they do is make it look like the object beside it is somehow related
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