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Frame color meanings 4 months 2 weeks ago #39

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Hello!

I am authoring some requirements in RAT using requirements patterns I created in KM.

When I select the pattern group and pattern that I want to use, there is a frame that tells me if the requirement is matched by the pattern or not. I can understand the green or red meaning (green for matched, red for not matched - kind of obvious). However, there are some other colors that I don't get exactly the meaning.

Can you explain me this color code while authoring requirements.

Thank you in advance
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Frame color meanings 4 months 2 weeks ago #40

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Hi!!

Yes, you are right!

There are several colors that you can use as help while authoring requirements in RAT:

* Green color: the selected pattern is fully matched
* Yellow color: the selected pattern is not fully matched yet, but it is in the right way.
* Red color: the selected pattern is not matching.
* Blue color: the selected pattern is fully matched and more text has been added.
* No color: the Writing Assistance is disable.

Hope you find this information useful
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