OmniGraffle Pro helps you draw beautiful diagrams, family trees, flow charts, org charts, layouts, and (mathematically speaking) any other directed or non-directed graphs. We’ve had people use Graffle to plan plotlines for a story, make an overview of an operating system, show the evolution of computers, and even show how diseases can spread in a closed population. If you want to organize your thoughts, your projects, or even your friends graphically using boxes and lines, OmniGraffle is your tool.
OmiGraffle Professional has all of the great features in 3.0, plus a powerful toolset for advanced document creation and editing options. For the pro user who’s looking for an in-depth diagramming application that’s still priced below the competition, you’ve come to the right place.
Version 5.4:New Features:
- 64-bit mode: If you’re running Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion), OmniGraffle now takes advantage of 64-bit mode, providing substantial stability and performance improvements.This has changed the minimum Operating System Requirement to Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later.
- A dynamic Quick Look preview generator has been added to OmniGraffle, which brings back the ability to Quick Look files in the Finder while no longer writing out the preview to the file (impacting performance when autosaving and versioning).
- Stencil searching has been greatly improved to help you find stencils or objects in stencils that you have installed.
- Shadows have improved their rendering, particularly when zoomed in.
- Keyboard shortcuts for Zoom In and Zoom Out have been changed to match the iWork applications.
- When OmniGraffle is unlicensed, the right side of the document titlebar should indicate that it is in trial mode, and how many days are left in the trial.
- OmniGraffle now sports a new icon to bring it more into the family of our other applications.
- Fixed a bug where overlapping orthogonal lines snapping to magnets could render one or more of the lines unselectable.
- When dragging an image from a web browser to a canvas, the image should now land under the mouse cursor and not off the canvas to the lower left corner.
- Fixed a bug when editing text and clicking on the canvas that would make a jump to the wrong spot if the canvas is auto-resizing.
- Fixed a bug where “Revert Document” in the File Menu was unavailable after switching to another application in Mac OS X 10.7.
- Duplicating a file in Mac OS X 10.7 now properly cascades the window position.
- The “Duplicate” entry in the Edit Menu has now been changed to “Duplicate Selection” in order to cease confusion with the Duplicate entry in the File Menu.
- Fixed a severe performance issue having to do with a large number of text variables on a particular canvas.
- Addressed an issue where the Stencil Window search could recognize certain files that are not stencils based on their file extension.
- The Open ColorSync Utility button in the ColorSync preference pane should now be working again.
- Fixed a crash when dragging color swatches to various objects.
- Fixed a crash when exporting a document with many canvases with shared layers to file formats that write out multiple files for each canvas.
- Fixed a crash when reverting to a previous version of the document for certain files while running in Mac OS X 10.7.
- As noted above, 64-bit mode offers increased stability and neatly avoids a number of existing reported crashes in the reproducible test cases we have found.