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Now you might want to use some advanced features of KLighD diagrams, like sophisticated figure styling or diagram synthesis options. Details on that will follow soon, the
EcoreDiagramSynthesis, which is in charge of creating appealing class diagrams from Ecore models and which you will also find in the examples project, illustrates those features already. The following picture shows such a diagram and a list of options for tailoring such diagrams in the side bar on the right.