CLion 2020.3 Help

Diagram toolbar and context menu

Toolbar

Item Description
the Show Path Root Selection icon Select dependencies and click this icon to see how they are connected to the root.
the Show Neighbors of Selected Nodes Select dependencies and click this icon to see what other dependencies are connected to the selected nodes.
the Change Visibility Level icon

Click this icon to select the dependency scope you want to see. CLion displays only the specified dependency scope.

icons.graph.snapToGrid.svg Click this icon to add borders to the nodes in your diagram.
Zoom In Click this icon to increase the scale of the diagram. Alternatively, press NumPad+ .
Zoom Out Click this icon to decrease the scale of the diagram. Alternatively, press NumPad- .
Actual Size Click this icon to restore the actual size of the diagram.
Fit Content Click this icon to make the contents fit into the current diagram size.
Apply Current Layout Click this icon to apply the current layout, selected from the diagram context menu.
Save diagram Click this icon to save the current diagram in the specified location as xml file.
Export to file Click this icon to save the diagram in an image file with the specified name and path. The possible formats are: jpeg, png, svg, svgz, or gif.
the Print button Click this icon to print the diagram.
Print Preview Click this icon to open the diagram preview in a separate frame, where you can configure the page layout, scale, and headings information.

Context menu

The table below contains commands that are not available from the toolbar.

Item Description
New Use this node to add new elements to a diagram.
Delete Deletes the selected diagram.
Refactor This node contains refactoring commands, enabled in the current context.
Jump to Source Choose this command to open the selected diagram node element in the editor.
Find Usages Choose this command to search for usages of the selected node element.
Layout Select the desired diagram layout from the submenu.
Show Edge Labels Check this command to show multiplicities in diagram.
Last modified: 18 December 2020