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.
Table controls appear when a particular cell is selected as shown in the screenshot. Works for all tables, whether from "Misc" or "Mockup" etc.
Single click selects the table
Double click selects all the text in the table
Triple click selects a particular cell contents, and then the table control appears on the panel
You can add swimlanes to the existing default 3 by right-clicking the last swimlane's title and selecting "Duplicate". Then move the inserted swimlane up/down by right-clicking its title and selecting "To Back" or "To Front" respectively.
A more manual approach to getting curves in draw.io, is to edit the shape of some element. This allows for three different variations of curves, <arc ... />, <quad ... /> or <curve ... />. The image show these three curves, and further down is the code needed to produce these elements. The image has some extra guidelines to help illustrate ...
Start by adding the polygon shape to your drawing. The polygon shape is within the "Basic" shapes group. You may need to bring the "Basic" shapes group into view from the "View" > "Shapes..." menu.
Next, select your polygon and click "Edit Style". There you will see something like:
The font defaults to whatever the last font set on a cell is. Change the font family and font size on a cell and that will become the default.
To clear default styling, ensure nothing is and click "clear default styling" in the right hand format panel.
as a workaround, if you need the visual element, you can create an arc as a custom shape with connection points.
It adds some extra steps to the workflow, because you have to draw lines to the connect to the arc, and then another to continue to the entity. But, you can then move the 'cross over' around and lines will stay connected.
after moving :
diagrams.net online supports the legacy .vsd format and the .vsdx format, which is the default format from the 2013 and 2016 versions of the tool.
The actual process of importing to either drag and drop the .vsd(x) file into a diagram, use "File->Import From", or "File->Open From".
Note that only files exported from the actual ...
Under File->New Library you will get a dialog that allows you to drag images and SVGs into it. You can also add images/SVGs using the filesystem picker and by URL (the buttons at the bottom of the dialog).
Once you’ve added your custom shapes, give the library a filename and press save. This will save the library as a library file in your selected storage ...
I do it via the line tool.
You can switch the endings to none and the waypoints to orthogonal so you get a "free hand" tool. If you place the first and last waypoint on each other you can draw any polygon you want.
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 ...
While draw.io does not to the best of my knowledge allow importing fonts, I wanted to post what works for me. You have to use a extension capable browser such as Chrome or Firefox (I'm using Chrome for screenshots).
To start get the "Stylish" extension for your browser (Chrome, Firefox). Next open the extension options and click the "Write New Style" button....
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 ...
I figured out that you can do this by doing voodoo magic. Select the package and then click on the "Text" tab, next make sure the position is to the left and then select the Arrow with the line over (it's highlighted in the image), next set the top spacing (I made mine -5pt). This is the best quick way of doing this without having to do so much work. Copy ...