PrF UG projects undo edits

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Using Undo

Protege-Frames User's Guide
Creating a Project
Opening a Project
Importing a Project
Saving a Project
Converting a Project's Type
Exporting a Project
Renaming a Project
Setting Preferences
Archiving a Project
Reverting to an Archived Project
Including a Project
Activating an Included Project
Removing an Included Project
Merging an Included Project
Configuring a Project
Project Metrics
Using Undo
Glossary, Editing Help

You can undo your actions using the Undo command on the Edit menu or by clicking the Undo (projects_undo) button at the top of the Protege-Frames window.

To redo a command, use Edit | Redo or click the Redo (projects_redo) button.

Protege-Frames allows multiple levels of undo and redo.

When you use Undo, your project will be restored to its previous state. In most cases, you will not see any difference. However, while Protege-Frames always creates a state that is logically identical to the initial state you were in, in some cases internal state will be represented in a slightly different way. For example, classes or instances might appear in a different order in the .pont or .pins files.

When you use certain advanced features, you may see a minor difference in the user interface. For example, if you are using the Graph Widget, some elements on the graph may appear in a slightly different location. The project has not been affected in any other way.