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Assuming you're referring to the Table object in Mockup Text, when you go into edit mode (double click) select one of the rows. When you do that the table section will appear in the format panel on the right with the usual insert row/colum, before/after.


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draw.io uses Google's Real Time Drive SDK for collaboration, so you must have the diagram stored in Google Docs. Other than that, just have multiple people open the same diagram and you'll see everyone's changes in real-time.


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When something similar happened to me I discovered that somehow some very long random lines spanning numerous pages had appeared. One workaround I used for my problem was to select everything I wanted, copy it and paste it into a fresh document. A second solution that worked for me was to scroll to the distant edge and then drag to select the rogue lines ...


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There is now. Inside any document click Add-ons → Get add-ons... and search for draw.io. Afterwards you will be able to add drawings through Add-ons → Draw.io Diagrams


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You need to go logged into a Google Account to import images. When you are, click the image icon (4th from right on toolbar) and the Google Image Picker appears. Select from the options on the left to either DnD an image into the picker or pick an image from the local filesystem.


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It's a pain. If you double-click the table to enter 'edit mode', you view the HTML for the table, by clicking the HTML button in the top toolbar. (This is only visible when editing an entity.) The table styles are done inline. And the HTML is unformatted so it all just shows up on one line. For example, if you use the 'green' table in the 'Misc' panel, you ...


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Select the vertices, select "Arrange" on the right-hand side panel, click the alignment option you required.


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It is not possible to change the language of Draw.io, unless you change your own computer's language setting to English, which would then change the language of Draw.io accordingly. If this is not feasible, you can try adding a ?lang=en at the end of the URL (like https://www.draw.io/?lang=en) to force it to appear in English, but it will not remember this ...


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We don't have inter-tab clipboard, but it would be possible. Please add it to the feature request list if you'd like to see it. They've added an option for cut and paste (which you can see at the link). We've added experimental support for this using local storage. It can be enabled with the clipboard=storage URL parameter as follows: ...


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Try printing the diagram using File, Print and then print that to a PDF using the browser's built-in print functionality (works on Macs, needs a PDF printer driver in Windows).


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I believe that the "Table" element in the "Mockup Text" category is the one that you are looking for.


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This is the video referred to; the style text is: html=1;whiteSpace=wrap The latest version in production doesn't require this, you select Text → Word Wrap on the menu instead.


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draw.io doesn't currently have the capability to have mutliple, separate diagrams within one file. There is a feature request open for this item.


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Open the File->Document Properties dialog: And enter the paper size you require:


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Yes, it is called "Draw.io Desktop". I have not tried it myself. I just found it as the second hit when I Googled "draw.io download".


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Look in the menu under Arrange → Layout. For a process you probably want one of the flow layouts. You can select the swimlanes or members of the swimlanes and apply the flow layout in the direction you want in each case.


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Also: Text, Alignment, Vertical - A rotation handle has also been added.


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Yes, you can now use the draw.io Google Docs addon to directly embed a draw.io diagram within a Google Doc. This is the listing for the addon, but it's easier to open a Google Doc, select "add-ons", then "get add-ons" from the menu: A panel of add-ons will then display. In the search box type "draw.io" and click "install" to add the draw.io plugin.


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Select the node, ensure it's label has HTML turned on (Text->Formatted Text): Then start editing the label (which is now HTML). The toolbar will change to the HTML label toolbar, providing a subscript option:


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The background pages are just drawn as you set shapes down on the respective areas. Just drop something outside of the page area, the new background will appear.


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I also had trouble with Google Drive and draw.io. I'd click on the draw.io file and it would go to the address and hang up there, a blank white screen. This was in Safari What worked for me was looking at my list of cookies in Safari -> Preferences -> Privacy and deleting the draw.io cookie.


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Select the cell, then from the menu use Edit->Edit Link, insert the URL, click OK. A new right click menu option will appear "Open link" that then takes you to that URL.


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Right mouse click (or equivalent on single button mouse) and drag while holding the button.


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The underlying library does have this, we just never assigned it to a key. We've switched it on now and assigned it to the shift key.


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If you mean waypoints in a connector, right click on the waypoint and select "remove waypoint".


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Select any/all edges that have the wrong rounding. On the right panel, under the style tab, there's a pull-down to select the edging stlye: Select "Sharp" in that pull-down. Further down that panel is a "Set as default style" button that will set the current style for all new edges.


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You can add more pages to a draw.io file by placing an object where the new page belongs. The new page will automatically added in order to contain the new object. If you want to have a new page on the right of the current page, place the new object on the right the current page. If you want the new page below the current page, place the new object below the ...


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The links that Google provide to publicly visible files aren't actually the raw file, they are a link to a Google page that has an indirection to that file. In order to get the raw file the file must be placed in a publicly visible folder, being public on its own isn't enough. Next, Google decided to remove your ability to get the raw URL of the file in ...


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You can find in Flowchart Menu and in Texts and images Menu If still you unable to find these options, You can draw your specific image in paint and you can import the file to your draw.io with the library name File -> New Library Once you added your library you can able to use this image in your BPMN diagram. Hope this helps


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If you mean in the diagram viewer in the Confluence page (i.e. the page isn't in edit mode), no. We'll add it as a feature request.



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