We are excited to announce the firstname.lastname@example.org release. The new version of our BPMN toolkit improves the modeling experience with better selection visuals and reworked drag/resize handles. It also adds a context pad for multiple elements and improves our BPMN support.
The most noteworthy change in email@example.com is an improved selection UI:
As part of the rework, we removed the (visual) hover state and added a dedicated multi-select box. Both aim to better match user expectations and align with existing drawing tools.
Try out the reworked selection UI on demo.bpmn.io.
Improved Drag Handles
Along with the selection rework, we've overhauled drag/resize handles.
Along with multi-selection, the toolkit now offers a way to register context pad entries for multiple elements:
We ship a multi-element delete action per default and allow you to provide your own.
Starting with this release you can annotate sequence and message flows:
If you are interested in all the details, go ahead and check out the full changelog to learn about everything that shipped with firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope that this release, along with our previous v9.1 release significantly improves your experience modeling BPMN. Did we miss anything? Did you spot a bug, or would you like to suggest an improvement?
Reach out to us via our forums, tweet us @bpmn_io or file an issue you found in the bpmn-js issue tracker.
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