The following changes were made for v2.1.f on GitHub (released 29-MAY-2017 - UnderDev build).
This draft release, developed using Rhp 8.2, has a number of accumulated updates/fixes. The most notable are that the ElapsedTime actor is now automatically wired in when you first create a simulation block hierarchy (Simple or Full Sim) and that the creation menus for events, operations, and attribute/checks are now more widely available on different diagram type canvasses. Note that the latter also fixes some missing menus found due to the introduction of ValueProperty new term in 8.2. As such, nothing urgent but I'd recommend anybody currently using v2.1.e to move up to this version when they can to get a more "as designed" experience.
Full list of fixes are:
#178 29-MAY-2017: Update hep files so menus appear for ValueProperty (8.2) replacement of Attributes (F.J.Chadburn)
#179 29-MAY-2017: Added new Functional Analysis menu to Re-create «AutoShow» sequence diagram (F.J.Chadburn)
#180 29-MAY-2017: Added new Design Synthesis menu to Delete attribute and related elements (F.J.Chadburn)
#181 29-MAY-2017: Replace dialog with Log message in cleanUpAutoRippleDependencies (F.J.Chadburn)
#182 29-MAY-2017: Tweak to keep attribute selected after switching to publish or subscribe flow-port (F.J.Chadburn)
#183 29-MAY-2017: Automatically add a pElapsedTime port and connection to the TestDriver (F.J.Chadburn)
#184 29-MAY-2017: Create a connector between pElapsedTime port when creating block hierarchy (F.J.Chadburn)
#185 29-MAY-2017: Change Block hierarchy creation to use implicit not explicit names for parts (F.J.Chadburn)
#186 29-MAY-2017: Add context string to getBlockUnderDev to make it clearer for user when selecting (F.J.Chadburn)
#187 29-MAY-2017: Provide option to re-create «AutoShow» sequence diagram when adding new actor (F.J.Chadburn)
#188 29-MAY-2017: Tweak Derive downstream requirement to work on right-clicking reqt on IBD or UCD (F.J.Chadburn)
#189 29-MAY-2017: Updated hep files so create event, attribute, or operations menus appear more widely (F.J.Chadburn)
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Monday, 29 May 2017
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