Ronald Reijnierse

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Latest activity by Ronald Reijnierse
  • Ronald Reijnierse created a post,

    Be able to send messages on a Workset level instead of object


    As an architect I'd like to be able to send internal BD messages to users on a workset level instead only on object level. 

  • Ronald Reijnierse commented,

    Oeps! toch maar wat beter zoeken in alle wishes…excuses!

  • Ronald Reijnierse commented,

    Agree on bringing this back asap. Or at least give as a date when this will be rereleased maybe?

  • Ronald Reijnierse commented,

    ah, I see this post now. Maybe my request will speed things up ;-)

  • Ronald Reijnierse created a post,



    As an BlueDolphin user in general I'd like to be able to choose where to place text in an object via outliningTo be able to create a better view experience for other users.this is now only possible...

  • Ronald Reijnierse created a post,

    Multiple pools in a view


    As an architect I'd like to be able to create one view with multiple BPMN-poolsTo be able to create a better overview of multiple related processes

  • Ronald Reijnierse commented,

    sure!  I've created a layout for a visual projectporfolio. If I want to move stuff around, I don't want to move the nice layout. when you can "lock" the layout, this will never move and therefore s...

  • Ronald Reijnierse commented,

    Eric Arts maybe I understand wrong, but what you describe is something else as to what I'm asking? 

  • Ronald Reijnierse created a post,

    Personal conditional formatting

    when selecting a conditional format this view changes for all users.  This makes it confusing for people viewing. Is it possible to make this option personal? 

  • Ronald Reijnierse created a post,

    Lock an image/freeshape

    If we can lock an image/freeshape in a view, it's easier to drag and drop with the actual BD-objects without moving the image/freeshape. This makes it easier to create a nicer view.