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Hi,

I am having trouble when adding a new category from the State Explorer. I have recorded the process and attached it in a gif. I do the following:

1. Select "Create new frame" and name it --CATEGORY--, which becomes automatically the name of a new category. When I do this, the state of the new category contains a copy of the event structure frame for some reason.

2. Create a new state in that category (CATEGORY: state). The state contains yet another copy of the event structure.

 

I am not sure what went wrong, I hope there is a way to fix it. Thanks.

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Short update regarding this issue. I found a workaround which is to duplicate a category and name it IOC, move it so the DMM states become again dependant on the DMM category, and after that creating states normally in the new category. I hope that helps if anyone else finds the same issue.

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Alin,

Thanks for the detailed description of the bug. It helped me to reproduce it. I have recorded this issue as Case 18752 for consideration. I can't promise when this will be fixed but we will inform you when that happens.

Since JKI State Machine Editor is open source, you can post any issues in GitHub: https://github.com/JKISoftware/JKI-State-Machine-Editor/issues

Take care and stay safe.

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