Is there a way to improve Word documentation?
I just created a process and Modeler is great to do that. Then I created a Word template, as specified in the documentation, but the result is far to be acceptable. Of course all the styles are exactly as I expected but:
- the modeler adds a blank line after each paragraph, sometimes two, so that text is spread across the page and looks ugly
- Many sections are not managed by styles, but normal indented and/or bold text, so that it is not possible to style them by using the template styles
- A lot of descriptions have not the ModelerNormal style applied, but an unnamed style based on original font (Segoe UI)
- The symbols of elements in bizHeadingX titles are too big and with not enough space between the symbol and numbering and between the symbol and heading text
- It is not possible to select which information for each section should be exported. Of course it is possible to select diagrams and flow items, but within an item, it is not possible to tell which attributes should be listed.
- Attributes are listed one after the other, so that the document is hardly readable (too spread): a better approach would be to use a table for attributes related to a flow element (task, event, ...)
- In portrait templates it might be useful to have diagrams in landscape mode, because in portrait mode are too small.
There are other problems but they are minor ones.
Thank you in advance.