Camunda Modeler 1.3.2 released

We are happy to announce version 1.3.2 of the Camunda Modeler!

Please download the new version from camunda.org. We fixed some bugs with the patch releases 1.3.1 and 1.3.2.

DMN

Plenty of bugs have been fixed and some improvements have been added. Check the full list of changes.

BPMN

We fixed a bug in the boundary event replace handling. If you i.e. morph a boundary event to an error event, everything works as expected again. See details.

CMMN

We fixed a bug where existing variableOnPart extension elements are deleted. They are retained now and no warning is shown on import anymore.
See details.

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