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Alan 2 years ago updated by anonymous 2 years ago 3

I understand that "undo" adds overhead to editing operations, but it is a significant missing item in Vertabelo, as compared with local-installed modeling tools like ER/Studio, ERwin, Toad Data Modeler, and PowerDesigner.  Is there any plan to add that functionality to the Vertabelo data modeling tool?

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There already is an "undo" and "redo" functionality in our tool.

After making some change you can either type CTRL+z or click a button in the toolbar:



I think it's just what you described, isn't it?

GOOD, I'M SATISFIED

Thanks, didn't see that. BTW, that's a non-standard iconography for undo/redo. I wouldn't have and didn't guess that was what it was but now I know. 

Thanks! 

Satisfaction mark by Alan 2 years ago

Please consider that clicking and dragging is very touchy in Vertabelo; where you place your mouse may just navigate the model, or move or expand a subject area, or move an entity type or relationship where you don't want it. And the ability to undo that would save a lot of time in painstaking cleanup.  Undoing deletes is a larger deal -- depending on the amount of data that needs to be retained, but you could limit that to one or 2 undos. Just a thought.

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There already is an "undo" and "redo" functionality in our tool.

After making some change you can either type CTRL+z or click a button in the toolbar:



I think it's just what you described, isn't it?