is there a "compact" timing diagram?

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asked Apr 6, 2020 in Question / help by awschult (260 points)

There was discussion on one of my previous questions about a "compact" view of the timing diagram where the signal name is left justified and inline with the graphed line instead of above the signal, and the bold horizontal rule that separates each signal in a graph was removed. This would add a lot more compactness to a diagram when needed.

original question. Comments at the bottom.

https://forum.plantuml.net/9053/timing-diagrams-for-binary-signal-and-data-buses

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answered Apr 21, 2020 by plantuml (257,860 points)
commented Apr 22, 2020 by Serge Wenger Work (14,160 points)
Thanks, but for me, it would have needed a 3rd keyword "compact" in addition to "robust" and "concise". With a mode, it is not possible to mix
commented Apr 24, 2020 by awschult (260 points)
I noticed that the signal name is not displayed in your last rendering, I also noticed that the signal name for binary signals take the abbreviation instead of the name in quotes. Some consistency would be nice.
commented Apr 24, 2020 by plantuml (257,860 points)
Thanks for the report.

We've fixed both issue in last beta http://beta.plantuml.net/plantuml.jar and on the online server.

We are not 100% satisfied by the result, so any feedback is welcome !
commented Apr 27, 2020 by awschult (260 points)
Much better. You guys have been incredible with the development! Thank you!
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