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Provide a warning message when copying/pasting stereotyped elements from one model to another
A warning message should appear when copying/pasting stereotyped elements between models, just as it does when moving stereotyped elements between models.
If you have two models each have identical copies (in different locations) of the same profile applied and a stereotyped element is moved from one of the models to the other one (either by drag/drop or Refactor > Move...), a warning message will appear:
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Some profiles ([profile's name]) are not available in the target. If there are any stereotypes from these profiles applied to the elements being moved they will be lost.
No such warning appears if you copy and paste the stereotyped element between the two models, even though the end result, namely the stereotype is lost on the element in the target model, is the same.
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