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StarUML tool question

Varun Chopra
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Under sequence diagrams, how do we draw return arrows (that return value back to caller)? I do not see timeline of caller getting increased automatically when I try to draw an arrow back to caller from called method. Instead it creates a new timebox which probably means calling a method on caller (not my intention).

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Anand Kumar Singh

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Go to message properties.

Select ActionKind > Return

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