If you have a Quicklinker definition with the Exclusive to stereotype flag (column P) set to TRUE, then the default Quicklinker definitions between the given source and target are overridden. But what if you want to override the defaults without actually having a quicklink definition? For example, if you don't define any quicklinks for a «quick» class to another «quick» class, Enterprise Architect displays the default quicklinks for a class to another class. To override this behaviour, create a quicklinker definition that has the source element type, source stereotype filter, target element type and target stereotype filter fields (columns A, B, C and D) all set, with the Exclusive to stereotype flag (column P) set to TRUE, and with the new link type field (column H) set to <none>.
For example, add this line to the example in Quick Linker Example:
This overrides the default class-to-interface quicklinks when a quicklink is dragged from a «quick» class to an interface element.
Note that this technique does not affect the automatic appearance of Dependency, Trace, Information Flow and Help items on the quicklink menu.