JKI is excited to announce the JKI State Machine Editor, a new tool that makes it even easier for developers to use the JKI State Machine by automating common tasks and exposing the user to more great features and best practices for using the JKI State Machine.
The state machine editor used to work on any case structure (ctrl Space + ctrl J) before the recent update with cool features.
did this change to limit this tool to work only if it recognizes the JKI SM in my program ?
I would like to use it on any architecture's case structure.
Please let me know
This forum is about JKI State Machine Objects (for which you can use the JKI State Machine Editor).
I think you should redirect your question on JKI's forums, which the Github project refers to as the place to get help on this tool.
There is also an issue tracker on the Github page for the project.
(The link to the JKI forum is broken. I just sent a private message to Jim to correct it)
Hi JKI Followers,
Instead of right click, select on anyone structure such as while/case/event structure and press Ctrl+space and Ctrl+j, you may get JKI - state machine explorer.