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roehner [Puzzle mode]
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 If sequence order does not matter in two successive instructions,​ a solution with a reversed order is also correct in terms of content. This can not be controlled by the Java-Editor. Therefore, one should not take apart the two puzzle pieces in such cases. If sequence order does not matter in two successive instructions,​ a solution with a reversed order is also correct in terms of content. This can not be controlled by the Java-Editor. Therefore, one should not take apart the two puzzle pieces in such cases.
  
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 +===== Sequence Diagram =====
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 +The Sequence Diagram tool lets you interactively create a sequence diagram. Lifelines exist in two forms, as an actor and with a named head. They are inserted using the toolbar. To create a connection between lifelines, use  //connect to// from the context menu of a lifeline. To change texts call the text editor with a double-click.
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 +{{:​de:​sequenzdiagramm.png}}
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 +You can display a debugger session as a sequence diagram via the // Test / Create Sequence Diagram // menu.
 +The same applies to work without or with debugger in a UML window.
  
 ===== Menu System ===== ===== Menu System =====
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 ====Edit menu==== ====Edit menu====
 The editor supports the use of the windows clipboard and undo, redo, search and replace operations. ​ The editor supports the use of the windows clipboard and undo, redo, search and replace operations. ​
-Selected text can be copied in different formats. Search and replace supports multiple files and regular expressions. You can indent (Ctrl+Shift+I),​ unindent (Ctrl+Shift+U),​ comment or uncomment (Ctrl+K) selected text. For easy console output Ctrl+U inserts //​System.out.println()//​ into the source code, Ctrl+Y deletes a line. You can set up to ten bookmarks with the mouse or the keyboard (Ctrl+Shift+#​) and go to a bookmark (Ctrl+#). Every edit command has a shortcut and a symbol on the toolbar. The Editor is based on the [[http://synedit.sourceforge.net/|SynEdit component]]+Selected text can be copied in different formats. Search and replace supports multiple files and regular expressions. You can indent (Ctrl+Shift+I),​ unindent (Ctrl+Shift+U),​ comment or uncomment (Ctrl+K) selected text. For easy console output Ctrl+U inserts //​System.out.println()//​ into the source code, Ctrl+Y deletes a line. You can set up to ten bookmarks with the mouse or the keyboard (Ctrl+Shift+#​) and go to a bookmark (Ctrl+#). Every edit command has a shortcut and a symbol on the toolbar. The Editor is based on the [[https://github.com/SynEdit/SynEdit|SynEdit component]]
  
 ====Start menu==== ====Start menu====
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 ===Linux=== ===Linux===
  
-The Java-Editor operates under Linux with the //wine// extension. You find installation hints on the [[http://​appdb.winehq.org/​objectManager.php?​sClass=version&iId=29838| WineHQ page]]. The font Monospace ist recommendend. Some fonts don't really work in the editor.+The Java-Editor operates under Linux with the //wine// extension. You find installation hints on the [[https://​appdb.winehq.org/​objectManager.php?​sClass=application&iId=6582| WineHQ page]]. The font Monospace ist recommendend. Some fonts don't really work in the editor.
  
 ===Mac=== ===Mac===
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