To insert a row:
Select an existing state.
Select Chart > Insert Row > and choose one of these options:
|State Row||Inserts a state at the same level of hierarchy.|
|Child State Row||Inserts a state as a child of the selected state.|
|Default Transition Path Row||Inserts a row for specifying conditional default transition paths.|
|Inner Transition Path Row||Inserts a row for specifying inner transitions from the selected parent state to its child states.|
To insert a column:
Select Chart > Append
Transition Column. A new
appears to the right of the last column.
To move a row, click the state cell and drag the row to a new location. As you drag the row, you see a visual indicator of where in the hierarchy the state will appear in its new position.
To move a transition cell, click anywhere in the cell and drag the condition, action, and destination cells as a unit to a new location. The transition cell you displace moves one cell to the right, creating a new column if one doesn't exist. The state transition table prevents you from moving cells to an invalid destination and alerts you to the problem.
To copy a row:
Right-click the state in the row you want to copy and select Copy.
Right-click the state in the destination row and select Paste.
The row appears above the destination row.
To copy a transition cell:
Right-click a cell and select Copy.
Right-click a destination cell of the same type and select Paste.
The new content overwrites the existing content at the destination. The state transition table prevents you from copying content to an invalid destination.
Right-click the state and select Set to default.
You can add history junctions to states that have children. Right-click the state and select Add history junction.
Select File > Print > Print or press Ctrl+P (Command+P) to print a copy of the state transition table.
|To||Perform this action|
|Select a cell for editing||Click the cell|
|Exit edit mode in a cell||Press Esc or click another table, cell, row, or column|
Select Edit + Undo or press Ctrl+Z (Command+Z) to undo the effects of the preceding operation.
Select Edit + Redo or press Ctrl+Y (Command+Y) to redo the most recently undone operation.
You can undo and redo up to 10 operations.