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And I've been thinking about the following solution: you draw both
parent and child on the same wireframe, but in different layers, and
then draw their notes, in another two layers. Then you switch the
notes layers parent/child. In this way you can show both parent with
preview of the child and the child in context of its parent. Do you
think it's practicable to do so?
On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 8:26 AM, Steve Baty <stevebaty@...> wrote:
> Not a plain grey box, but close to it - you should be able to strike a
> balance; all of that extra detail is contained in the separate
> representation. An actual object library can also be used if your
> wireframing supports them. Although I suspect no matter what software you
> utilise, synchronising instances of a panel will require some effort.
> Other caveats: the final choice will necessarily depend on how you feel most
> comfortable working :)
> 2008/5/30 Oleg Krupnov <oleg.krupnov@...>:
>> Thanks Steve,
>> Your answer is clear except that I don't quite understand how you
>> technically avoid the problem that a child panel wireframe, contained
>> in another drawing document, and copied to the parent wireframe in
>> scenarios 1, 2, 3, can get out of sync when its source is modified? Do
>> you mean (by the "simple representation") that you don't copy but
>> instead show a plain gray box with a reference? In this case, doesn't
>> it affect the visual presentability of the parent wireframe?