Problem importing xpdl/bpm subprocess
I have a subprocess that is used in several processes. I modelled it in a separate .bpm file with the exporting it in xpdl format and importing in the different processes that use it.
When I import the subprocess xpdl file in a process, the visual formatting is all messed up. The sequence flow, association and message flow connectors which I carefully placed to make the diagram easy to read end up all misplaced and entangled, making the diagram unreadable (see attached "before" and "after" images).
Additionally, the font is set to "Segoe UI" through out the diagram, even though the BPMN element default font is set to "Microsoft Sans Serif" in the option menu.
The whole point of reusable subprocesses is to model them only once and import them everywhere they are used. If a modification is made to the original diagram, it propagates everywhere it's been referenced.
If I need to fix the diagram every time I import it, it completely misses the point.
Is there a way to import a reusable subprocess that doesn't mess up the diagram's layout?
Bizagi Modeler 64-bit v126.96.36.199 on Windows 8.1