Desktop wireframing skills

Adjust the size of frame

If you find the frame too large or too small, you can resize it to your preferred size. To adjust the size of frame:

  1. Click on the frame's title bar.
    Clicking on frame's title bar
    Clicking on frame's title bar
  2. This shows the resize handlers at the corners and edges of the frame. You can drag on them to resize the frame.
    Resizing frame
    Resizing frame

Alternatively, you can right click on the frame's title bar and select Browser Size > %PREFERRED_SIZE% from the popup menu.

Adjusting browser window size
Adjusting browser window size

Scroll to device

If you have scrolled to somewhere far away from the wireframe, you can scroll jump back to the main frane by right clicking on the background of the wireframe and selecting Scroll to Device from the popup menu. The wireframe will re-appear at the center of the window immediately.

Creating a wireframe element

Method 1 - Diagram toolbar: Select-and-Click

  1. Select the desired wireframe element from the diagram toolbar (e.g. Label).
    Create a label by selecting it from the diagram toolbar
    Create a label by selecting it from the diagram toolbar
  2. Click on the wireframe, at the position where you want the wireframe element to be created.

Method 2 - Diagram toolbar: Drag and drop

  1. Press on the desired wireframe element in the diagram toolbar
  2. Hold the mouse button.
  3. Drag to the wireframe.
    Create a Label with drag-and-drop
    Create a Label with drag-and-drop
  4. Release the mouse button in the wireframe, at the position where you want the wireframe element to be created.

Method 3 - Popup menu

  1. Right click on the wireframe, at the position where you want the wireframe element to be created.
  2. Select Add Shape > %SHAPE_TYPE% from the popup menu, where %SHAPE_TYPE% is the kind of wireframe element you want to create.
    Creating a wireframe element via the popup menu
    Creating a wireframe element via the popup menu

Method 4 - Through smart create resource

  1. Click directly on the wireframe, at the position where you want the wireframe element to be created. You should see a green icon appear, known as the Smart Create resource.
    Creating a wireframe element using Smart Resource
    Creating a wireframe element using Smart Resource
  2. Press on the Smart Create resource and hold the mouse button.
  3. Drag to outline the size of the wireframe element to be created.
    Creating a label in specific size
    Creating a label in specific size
  4. Release the mouse button. In the popup menu, choose the type of wireframe element to be created.
    Choosing the wireframe element to be created
    Choosing the wireframe element to be created

Method 5 - Double-clicking (Label and annotation only)

To create a label, double-click on the wireframe and enter the label caption.

Creating a label

To create an annotation, double-click outside the frame and enter the annotation text.

Entering annotation text

Accurate positioning of wireframe element using the alignment guide

Alignment guide is a dotted line that appears when you move wireframe elements in a wireframe. It helps you to align elements perfectly with others. Simple select element(s) and drag it around. When the selection approaches another element in the wireframe, you can adjusting the positioning of selection with the help of the guide.


Using the alignment guide

Adjusting font property for wireframe elements

For wireframe elements that can display text, you can adjust their font properties like the font familiy and font style. To adjust font properties:

  1. Right click on the desired wireframe element and select Font... from the popup menu.
    Set font
    Set font
  2. Edit the font properties in the Font window and click OK to confirm.
    The Font window
    The Font window

Setting color for wireframe elements

In case you want to colorize your wireframe, you can set the color of wireframe elements by taking the steps below.

  1. Right click on the desired wireframe element and select Color... from the popup menu.
    Set color
    Set color
  2. Edit the color properties in the Color window and click OK to confirm. Note that different wireframe elements support different settings. For example, while text field support editing font color, list view doesn't.
    Editing color properties
    Editing color properties

    You will then see the new color applied.
    Color applied
    Color applied

Duplicating wireframe elements

Duplicate wireframe elements enables you to create new elements based on existing ones. This saves you a lot of time in creating elements with same/similar style, size and content to the existine ones.

To duplicate wireframe elements:

  1. Drag in the wireframe to select a range of elements to duplicate.
    Selecting wireframe elements to duplicate
    Selecting wireframe elements to duplicate
  2. At the bottom of your selection, press on the Duplicate resource icon and hold the mouse button.
  3. Drag it.
    Selecting wireframe elements to duplicate
    To duplicate wireframe elements
  4. Release the mouse button at the position where you want the wireframe element to be created.
    Wireframe elements duplicate
    Wireframe elements duplicate
  5. Touch-up the duplicate elements.
    Renamed a label
    Renamed a label

 

NOTE: Instead of dragging the Duplicate resource, you may also click on it..

Using stereotypes and tagged values in wireframe

Like most model elements, you can add stereotypes and tagged values to wireframe widgets. The stereotype mechanism allows you to create "typed" widgets. For example, you can create a stereotype "password field" for wireframe text field widget. Then, when you draw a wireframe, you can create a "password field" by assigning the "password field" stereotype to a text field.

Tagged values allows you to add custom properties to wireframe widgets. For example you can add a "screen ID" field to widgets for associating the widgets to components in an actual screen design.

You can add and edit stereotypes and tagged values both in the specification of wireframe widgets. To open specification, right click on a widget and select Open Specification... from the popup menu.

Note that the stereotypes and tagged values added to a wireframe widget is shared across all states, which means that you will see the same stereotypes and tagged values added to a widget in all wireframe states.

Annotating wireframe with Annotation shape

The use of annotations in wireframe allows you to detail the elements on the wireframe. With annotation, you can describe or explain the existence of certain wireframe element, as well as to describe the calls to action and the expected results.

In order to keep the wireframe content readable, annotations are forced to put outside the frame. In other words, you cannot create or move an annotation to inside the frame area.

To create an annotation:

  1. Double click on the background (i.e. the blue region) of the wireframe.
  2. Enter the annotation text.
    Entering annotation text
    Entering annotation text
  3. Press on the arrow resource and hold the mouse button.
    To annotate a wireframe element
    To annotate a wireframe element
  4. Drag to the wireframe element to annotate it.
    Label annotated
    Label annotated

Wireframing tips - Image

You can use an image component to represent a picture, a placeholder of advertisement, video or map. When you create an image in a wireframe, you see a box with a cross in it. This is how an image should be shown in a wireframe but if you want to specify the content of the image, right click on the image component and select Image from the popup menu. Then, choose the image file (*.jpg, *.jpeg, *.gif, *.png, *.bmp) to embed into the image component.

To embed image into image component
To embed image into image component

To represent an advertisement, video or map, right click on the image component and select Advertisement, Video and Map respectively.

Image component showed as video
Image component showed as video

Wireframing tips - Label

Specifying the content of label

To specify the content of label, double click on the label and enter the content. You can press Enter to create a new line or press Ctrl-Enter to confirm editing. You may need to resize the label afterwards in order to see the content entered.


Specifying the content of label

Showing multiple labels

The label component is in fact a placeholder of label. You can show multiple labels in it by increasing the height of the label component.


Creating more labels

To adjust the spacing between labels in a label component, select the label and drag the handler attached with the second label. Space will be added by dragging downwards.


Adjusting the spacing between labels

 

NOTE: When a label has specified, you cannot show multiple labels in it.

Adjusting label or font size

The size of label(s) or text in label, when content is filled, can be changed. To adjust font, click on the label component. Then, click on the Font Size button. After that, drag the slider or press + or - to adjust the font size.

Adjusting label size
Adjusting label size

Adjusting font color

When a label component has text content filled, you can set its color by clicking on the label component first. Then, click on the Font Color button. After that, edit the color properties in the Color window and click OK to confirm.

Adjusting font color of label
Adjusting font color of label

Wireframing tips - Text Field

Specifying the content of text field

To specify the content of text field, double click on the text field and enter the content. You may need to resize the text field afterwards in order to see the content entered.

Specifying the content of text field
Specifying the content of text field

Showing the text field as a search field

Search field is a kind of text field that allows user to specify a search string and trigger searching. To show a text field as a search field, right click on the text field component and select Search Field from the popup menu.

A search field
A search field

Editing the placeholder text

Placeholder text is the text that appears in the background of a text field. Very often, placeholder text is used to provide hints for user. For example, a text field of user name may have <please enter your name here> as placeholder text. Note that the placeholder text is only active when no content has been specified for the text box. To edit placeholder text of a text field, right click on the text field component and select Edit Placeholder... from the popup menu. Then, enter the placeholder text in the popup dialog box.

Text field with placeholder text entered
Text field with placeholder text entered

Wireframing tips - Button

Setting the type of button

There are two kinds of button - general button and file chooser button. General button is what you commonly see in any user interface. You click on a general button to do something as description by the button caption. File chooser button is a special kind of button that allows users to provide a file by clicking on the button. A file chooser button is followed by the text "No file chosen".

When you create a button, it is a general button by default. To change make it a file chooser button, right click on the button and select File Chooser Button from the popup menu.

Changing a button to a file chooser button
Changing a button to a file chooser button

Editing button caption

To edit the caption of button, double click on the button and enter the caption. You may need to resize the button afterwards in order to see the caption entered. Note that the caption of a file chooser button is not editable.

Entering button caption
Entering button caption

Wireframing tips - Checkbox

Creating the checkboxes

The checkbox component is in fact a placeholder of checkboxes. You can show multiple checkboxes in it by increasing the height of the checkbox component.

Creating more checkboxes
Creating more checkboxes

To adjust the spacing between checkboxes in a checkbox component, select the checkbox and drag the handler between the first and the second checkbox. Space will be added by dragging downwards.

Adjusting the spacing between checkboxes
Adjusting the spacing between checkboxes

Specifying the value of checkbox

To specify the value of a checkbox, double click on the label attached with the checkbox and enter the value. You may need to resize the checkbox afterwards in order to see the content entered.

Entering the value of a checkbox
Entering the value of a checkbox

Checking a checkbox

To check a checkbox, simply click on the checkbox. You can uncheck it by clicking again.

Checking checkboxes
Checking checkboxes

Wireframing tips - Radio Button

Creating the radio buttons

The radio button component is in fact a radio button group. You can show multiple radio buttons in it by increasing the height of the radio button component.

Creating more radio buttons
Creating more radio buttons

To adjust the spacing between radio buttons in a radio button component, select the radio button and drag the handler between the first and the second radio button. Space will be added by dragging downwards.

Adjusting the spacing between radio buttons
Adjusting the spacing between radio buttons

Specifying the value of radio button

To specify the value of a radio button, double click on the label attached with the radio button and enter the value. You may need to resize the radio button afterwards in order to see the content entered.

Specifying the value of radio button
Specifying the value of radio button

Selecting a radio button

To select a radio button, simply click on the radio button. You can uncheck it by clicking again.

Selecting a radio button
Selecting a radio button

Wireframing tips - Combo Box

Specifying the items in a combo box

By default, a spinner has no items specified. You can add a list of items into a spinner by clicking on the down arrow on the right of the spinner and then click on <Add Item> and start entering the item.

Adding an item to combo box
Adding an item to combo box

Changing the selected item in a combo box

To change the selected item of a combo box, click on the down arrow on the right of the combo box, then check the item to select it.

Selecting an item in combo box
Selecting an item in combo box

Removing an items from a combo box

To remove an item from a combo box, click on the down arrow on the right of the combo box, then select the item to remove and click on the cross button on the right to remove it.

Removing an item from combo box
Removing an item from combo box

Wireframing tips - Spinner

Specifying the value in spinner

To edit the value of a spinner, double click on the spinner and enter the value. You may need to resize the spinner afterwards in order to see the value entered.

Specifying the value of spinner
Specifying the value of spinner

Wireframing tips - Progress Bar

Adjusting the progress

To adjust progress, select the progress bar first. Then drag the handler in the middle towards left or right to control the progress.

Adjusting the progress of progress bar
Adjusting the progress of progress bar

Wireframing tips - Slider

Adjusting the slider position

To adjust silder position, select the silder first. Then drag the handler in the middle towards left or right to control the position.

Adjusting the slider position
Adjusting the slider position

Wireframing tips - Panel

Containing existing components with panel

Panel is a useful wireframe component that helps you visualize the different areas of a screen design. You can put other wireframe components in a panel and move the panel around to reposition the wireframe components at the same time.

To create a panel and make it contains existing components:

  1. Select Panel from the diagram toolbar.
  2. Press on the wireframe and hold your mouse button.
  3. Drag to form the size of the panel to be created. Wireframe components contained entirely in the drag range will be contained by the panel.
    Creating a panel
    Creating a panel
  4. Release the mouse button to create the panel.
    Panel created
    Panel created

Changing background color

To change the background color of a panel, click on the panel first. Then, click on the Background Color button on top of the panel. After that, edit the color properties in the Color window and click OK to confirm.

Adjusting fill color
Adjusting fill color

Hiding the border of panel

To hide the border of panel, click on the panel first. Then, click on the Hide Border button. You can click again to show the border again.

Panel with border hidden
Panel with border hidden

Making the corner of panel rounded

To make the corner of a panel rounded, click on the panel first. Then, drag on the handler at top left to adjust the size of the rounded corner. The four corners will be updated accordingly.

Making the corner of panel rounded
Making the corner of panel rounded

Changing a panel to a titled pane or tabbed pane

A panel can be presented as a titled pane or tabbed pane. To do this, right click on the panel and select Type > Titled Pane or Type > Tabbed Pane from the popup menu.

When presented as titled pane or tabbed pane, you can edit the caption of the pane or tabs by double clicking on captions.

Wireframing tips - Split Bar

Changing the orientation

To change the orientation of a split bar, right click on it and select either Horizontal or Vertical from the popup menu.

Changing the orientation of split bar
Changing the orientation of split bar

Wireframing tips - Accordion Panel

Editing the header

To edit table header, double click on the table header and enter the content. You may need to resize the header in order to see the text entered.

Editing the header
Editing the header

Adjusting header height

To adjust header height, drag on the handler below the header.

Adjusting the height of header
Adjusting the height of header

Wireframing tips - Scroll Bar

Changing the orientation

To change the orientation of a scroll bar, right click on it and select either Horizontal or Vertical from the popup menu.


Changing the orientation of scroll bar

Adjusting the scroll thumb (i.e. scrollbar slider)

To change the length of the thumb, select the scrollbar first. Then, drag on the handler attached to the ends of the thumb to resize it.

Changing the length of scroll thumb
Changing the length of scroll thumb

 

To adjust the position of thumb, select the scrollbar first. Then, drag on the thumb along the track to reposition it.


Changing the position of scroll thumb

Wireframing tips - List View

Adjusting row height (for single row)

To adjust the height of a row, drag directly on the row separator under the row. By doing so, the row will be expanded or contracted.

Adjusting row height of a list view
Adjusting row height of a list view

Adjusting rows height (for all rows)

To adjust the height of all rows in a list view, drag on the handler attached to the row separator between the first and the second row to resize all rows at the same time.

Adjusting rows' height of a list view
Adjusting rows' height of a list view

Wireframing tips - Table

Editing table header

To edit table header, double click on the table header and enter the content.

Editing table header
Editing table header

Adjusting column width

To adjust column width, drag directly on the column separator nearby. By doing so, the adjacent columns will be updated in their width.

Adjusting column width of a table
Adjusting column width of a table

Adding more columns

To add more columns to a table, select the table first. Then, drag on the handler attached to the column separator between the first and the second column to create more columns.

Adding more columns to a table
Adding more columns to a table

Adding more rows

When you put a wireframe component (e.g. a label component) into a table component, a new row will be created automatically.

Table with one row
Table with one row

You may also add a row manually by right clicking on the table and selecting Add Row from the popup menu.

Adding row to a table
Adding row to a table

Hiding table header

To hide away the table header, right click on the header and uncheck Show Header from the popup menu.

Hiding table header
Hiding table header

Wireframing tips - Tree

Editing the name of a tree node

To edit the name of a tree node, double click on the tree node and enter the name.

Editing the name
Editing the name

Adding an adjacent tree node

To add a tree node next to an existing one, select the tree first. Then, move the mouse pointer over the existing tree node where the new node will be created next to it. Click on the + button on the right of the tree node.


Creating a tree node

Adding a child tree node

To add a tree node under an existing one as child node, select the tree first. Then, move the mouse pointer over the existing tree node where the new node will be created under it. Click on the empty box on the right of the tree node. The box will then become a solid box with + in it. Click again, a child node will be created under it.

Creating a tree node
Creating a child tree node

Adjusting the level of indentation of tree node

To adjust the level of indentation of a tree node, select the tree first. Then, move the mouse pointer over the existing tree node where you want to adjust its level of indentation. Click on the < or > on the left of the tree node to make the node one level backward or forward.

Adjusting the level of indentation of a node
Adjusting the level of indentation of a node

Specifying icon for ALL tree nodes

You can optionally specify an image icon for all of your tree nodes. To specify an icon, de-select the tree first. Then, right click on the tree component and select Icon > Select Image... from the popup menu. If you want to have no icons for all tree nodes, select No Icon. If you want an icon but do not want to specify its content, choose Dummy Icon. Make sure you are not clicking on a specific tree node or else only that node will be updated.

Specifying an icon for all tree nodes
Specifying an icon for all tree nodes

Specifying icon for a specific tree node

You can optionally specify an image icon for a specific tree node. To specify an icon, select the tree first. Then, right click on the tree node to specify icon and select Icon > Select Image... from the popup menu. If you want a node without icon, select No Icon. If you want an icon but do not want to specify its content, choose Dummy Icon.

Specifying an icon for tree node
Specifying an icon for tree node

Adjusting the selection mode for ALL tree nodes

There are three selection modes for a menu item - Not Selectable, Chekcbox and Radio Button. To adjust the selection mode of all tree nodes, de-select the tree first. Then, right click on the tree component and select Selection Mode > [MODE] from the popup menu. Make sure you are not clicking on a specific tree node or else only that node will be updated.

Adjusting the selection mode for all tree node

Adjusting the selection mode for a specific tree node

There are three selection modes for a menu item - Not Selectable, Chekcbox and Radio Button. To adjust the selection mode of a tree node, select the tree first. Then, right click on the tree node and select Selection Mode > [MODE] from the popup menu.

Adjusting the selection mode for all tree node
Adjusting the selection mode for a specific tree node

Expanding and collapsing a tree node

To expand or collapse a tree node, click on the + or - button on the left of a tree node.

Tree node expanded
Tree node expanded

Wireframing tips - Dialog

Editing the title

To edit title of dialog, double click at the top of the dialog enter the content.

Editing the dialog title
Editing the dialog title

Wireframing tips - Toolbar

Representing buttons in a toolbar

By default, a toolbar is just an empty horizontal bar. To represent the buttons in toolbar, you can either create buttons in it or represent with an image component, like this:

Toolbar with buttons
Toolbar with buttons

Representing a button being selected

To represent a button being selected:

  1. Click on the toolbar first.
  2. Click on the resource Show Selection Background.
    To show selection background
    To show selection background
  3. Drag on the selection background to the suitable place to indicate the active selection of button.
    Reposition the selection background
    Reposition the selection background

Adding separator

To add a separator, click on the toolbar first. Then, click on the resource Add Separator. You can then drag the separator to reposition it.

Repositioning toolbar separator
Repositioning toolbar separator

Wireframing tips - Menu Bar

Editing the name of a menu

To edit the name of a menu in menu bar, double click on the menu and enter the name.

Editing the name
Editing the name

Adding more menus

To add more menus to a menu bar, select the menu bar first. Then, click on click to add... and enter the name of the new menu.

Adding more menus to a menu bar
Adding more menus to a menu bar

Rearranging menus

To rearrange menus, select the menu bar first. Then, drag on a menu and move it along the menu bar to reposition it.

Rearranging menus in a menu bar
Rearranging menus in a menu bar

Indicating the selected menu

To indicate that a menu has been selected, select the menu bar first. Then, click directly on the menu to make it appear as selected.

Indicating the selected menu
Indicating the selected menu

Wireframing tips - Menu

Editing the name of a menu item

To edit the name of a menu item in menu, double click on the menu item and enter the name.

Editing the name
Editing the name

Adding more menu items

You can add more menu items to a menu by increasing the height of the menu component.

Creating more menu items
Creating more menu items

Adjusting label or font size

The size of label(s) or menu items, when name is specified, can be changed. To adjust font, drag the slider between the first and the second menu item to adjust the font size.

Adjusting font size of menu items
Adjusting font size of menu items

Specifying icon for ALL menu items

You can optionally specify an image icon for all of your menu items. To specify an icon, de-select the menu first. Then, right click on the menu component and select Icon > Select Image... from the popup menu. If you want all menu items to have no icon, select No Icon. If you want an icon but do not want to specify its content, choose Dummy Icon. Make sure you are not clicking on a specific menu item or else only that node will be updated.

Specifying an icon for all menu items
Specifying an icon for all menu items

Specifying icon for a specific menu item

You can optionally specify an image icon for a specific menu item. To specify an icon, select the menu first. Then, right click on the menu item to specify icon and select Icon > Select Image... from the popup menu. If you want a menu item without icon, select No Icon. If you want an icon but do not want to specify its content, choose Dummy Icon.

Specifying an icon for menu item
Specifying an icon for menu item

Adjusting the selection mode for ALL menu items

There are three selection modes for a menu item - Not Selectable, Chekcbox and Radio Button. To adjust the selection mode of all menu items, de-select the menu first. Then, right click on the menu component and select Selection Mode > [MODE] from the popup menu. Make sure you are not clicking on a specific menu item or else only that node will be updated.

Adjusting the selection mode for all menu items
Adjusting the selection mode for all menu items

Adjusting the selection mode for a specific menu item

There are three selection modes for a menu item - Not Selectable, Chekcbox and Radio Button. To adjust the selection mode of a menu item, select the menu first. Then, right click on the menu item and select Selection Mode > [MODE] from the popup menu.

Adjusting the selection mode for a specific menu item
Adjusting the selection mode for a specific menu item

Specifying the selected menu item

To represent that a menu item has been selected, specify the selected menu item by selecting the menu first. Then, click directly on the menu item to make it appear selected.

Specifying the selected menu item
Specifying the selected menu item

Adding separator to menu

To add a separator, select the menu first. You will see a number of short horizontal line on the right of the menu. You can then click on them to show the separators.

Adding separator to menu
Adding separator to menu

Representing nested menu structure

To represent a nested menu structure:

  1. Click on the menu.
  2. Click on the triangle button on the right of the menu item where the sub-menu pops out.
    Representing the availability of sub-menu
    Representing the availability of sub-menu
  3. Create another menu next to it.
    Menu and sub-menu
    Menu and sub-menu

Wireframing tips - Segmented Control

Editing the title of a segment

To edit the title of a segment, double click on the segment and enter the title.

Editing the title
Editing the title

Adding more segments

To add more segments to a segmented control, select the segmented control first. Then, drag on the handler attached to the segment separator between segments to create more segments.

Adding more segments to a segmented control
Adding more segments to a segmented control

Changing the selected segment

To change the selected segment, select the segmented control first. Then, click on the segment directly in the segmented control.

Changing the selected segment in a segmented control
Changing the selected segment in a segmented control

Wireframing tips - Rectangle

Changing background color

To change the background color of a rectangle, click on the rectanglefirst. Then, click on the Background Color button on top of the rectangle. After that, edit the color properties in the Color window and click OK to confirm.

Adjusting fill color
Adjusting fill color

Adjusting the thickness of border

To adjust the thickness of the border of a rectangle, click on the rectangle first. Then, click on the Line Width button. After that, drag the slider or press + or - to adjust the thickness.

Adjusting the thickness of border

Adjusting the thickness of border

Making the corner of rectangle rounded

To make the corner of a rectangle rounded, click on the rectangle first. Then, drag on the handler at top left to adjust the size of the rounded corner. The four corners will be updated accordingly.

Making the corner of rectangle rounded
Making the corner of rectangle rounded

Wireframing tips - Oval

Changing background color

To change the background color of an oval, click on the oval first. Then, click on the Background Color button on top of the oval. After that, edit the color properties in the Color window and click OK to confirm.

Adjusting fill color
Adjusting fill color

Adjusting the thickness of border

To adjust the thickness of the border of an oval, click on the oval first. Then, click on the Line Width button. After that, drag the slider or press + or - to adjust the thickness.

Adjusting the thickness of border
Adjusting the thickness of border

Wireframing tips - Polygon

Adding a side

To add a side, select the polygon first. Then, drag on the white handler attached to the border of the polygon to split a border into two.

Adding a side
Adding a side

Then adjust the position of the new point.

Polygon edited
Polygon edited

Changing background color

To change the background color of a polygon, click on the polygon first. Then, click on the Background Color button on top of the polygon. After that, edit the color properties in the Color window and click OK to confirm.

Adjusting fill color
Adjusting fill color

Adjusting the thickness of border

To adjust the thickness of the border of a polygon, click on the polygon first. Then, click on the Line Width button. After that, drag the slider or press + or - to adjust the thickness.

Adjusting the thickness of border
Adjusting the thickness of border

Wireframing tips - Line

Adding a point

To add a point, select the line first. Then, drag on the white handler on the line to create a new point.

Adding a point
Adding a point

Then adjust the position of the point.

Line edited
Line edited

Changing border color

To change the border color of a line, click on the line first. Then, click on the Border Color button on top of the line. After that, edit the color properties in the Color window and click OK to confirm.

Adjusting line color
Adjusting line color

Adjusting the line width

To adjust the width of the border of an oval, click on the line first. Then, click on the Line Width button. After that, drag the slider or press + or - to adjust the width.

Adjusting line width
Adjusting line width

 

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