Structorizer
Structorizer
3.29-13

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Structorizer for Mac3.29-13

27 September 2019

Create Nassi-Schneiderman Diagrams.

What is Structorizer for Mac

Structorizer is a little tool which you can use to create Nassi-Schneiderman Diagrams (NSD).

What's new in Structorizer

Version 3.29-13:
  • Spanish message in German locale replaced
  • Info box for groups redesigned into a tree view
  • Group visualisation with individual colors in Arranger
  • Arranger popup menu item to rearrange diagrams by groups
  • Option to save arrangements with relative coordinates
  • Incorrect handling of modified diagrams on closing Arranger
  • Disambiguated canceling in AUTO_SAVE_ON_CLOSE mode
  • Defective diagram positioning in Arranger mended
  • Import of INSPECT statements from COBOL actually works now
  • Arranger popup menu revised (item order, accelerator info)
  • Removal of diagrams from Arranger could leave remnants
  • Group association behaviour on outsourcing further improved
  • C export of FOR-IN loops with traversed strings was defective
  • Diagram/group info box of Arranger index not reliably scaled
  • Live look & feel switch failed for Diagram/group info box
  • Default group was named null.arr after cancelled save attempt
  • The Arranger drawing area had to be enlarged for group bounds
  • Group colour icon design revised (now double thin border)
  • Live look & feel switch hadn't worked for context menus
  • Workaround for truncated result tree lines in Find&Replace
  • Inconveniences on saving arrangement archives mended
  • Import of array declarations from C code didn't work.
  • C import produced defective INPUT instructions
  • INPUT instructions with multiple input items supported
  • A number of exports may offer to change favorite export language
  • Improved welcome dialog, now with language selection
  • Executor window now logs explicit prompts of empty inputs
  • Mark-up + check of mandatory fields in Parser Preferences
  • An empty FOR-IN loop keyword caused several problems
  • The initial L&F detection didn't work well for Linux (GTK+)
  • Defective breakpoint behaviour of REPEAT-UNTIL loops mended
  • Transmutation of any Call/Jump into an Instruction enabled
  • New mechanism to edit the referred routine of a selected Call
  • 'struct' keywords in function headers on C import suppressed
  • It is now possible to rename a group in the Arranger index
  • C constants weren't recognised on importing with C99 parser
  • Misleading error message on loading a recent .arr/.arrz file
  • Locale-specific Parser keyword sets enabled
  • Turtleizer regains the focus if lost for an input
  • Default values for subroutine parameters allowed
  • Index range error detection for constant arrays refined
  • Commas in pic clauses now preserved on COBOL import
  • Efforts to import COBOL conditions like "a = 8 or 9"
  • Defective COBOL import of arrays over basic types
  • Batch export can now process arrangement files (.arr/.arrz)
  • Basic archiving outsourced from Arranger to Archivar
  • Diagrams must not be shared among archive groups
  • Drawing accelerated by confining to visible area
  • Bug in visibility detection fixed; workaround for heavy contention in Arranger: highlighting temporarily switched off
  • Size detection for imported or dropped diagrams in Arranger
  • Arrangement group change status failed to vanish on saving
  • Superfluous unsharing measures on unshared diagrams skipped

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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.0 or later

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