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  2. KOGITO-5778

Sequence flow is red during Line splicing inside sub-processes

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      1. Open attached process LineSplicingInsideContainer.bpmn .
        • Alternatively create a similar process with any two connected nodes inside any sub-process.
      2. Drag the node from canvas over sequence flow inside sub-process.

      Actual result

      The sequence flow is red.

      Expected result

      The sequence flow has the same colour as the sequence flow during line splicing on canvas (outside the sub-process) in case the line splicing is allowed for the node that is being dragged. It is currently set to blue. Otherwise, nothing changes, hence it is red.

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      Open attached process LineSplicingInsideContainer.bpmn . Alternatively create a similar process with any two connected nodes inside any sub-process. Drag the node from canvas over sequence flow inside sub-process. Actual result The sequence flow is red. Expected result The sequence flow has the same colour as the sequence flow during line splicing on canvas (outside the sub-process) in case the line splicing is allowed for the node that is being dragged. It is currently set to blue. Otherwise, nothing changes, hence it is red.

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      Sequence flow is red during Line splicing inside sub-processes.

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              romartin@redhat.com Roger Martinez
              lterifaj@redhat.com Lubomir Terifaj
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