NetApp OmniGraffle Stencils26 March 2008 · Filed in Rant
If I had one complaint about being a Mac OS X user, it would be that there is no Visio equivalent on the Mac. Yes, OmniGraffle is an awesome program; this is especially true for version 5, which can open native Visio drawing (VSD) and shape (VSS) files. That one new feature was, to me, worth the upgrade price.
<aside>Note to OmniGroup developers: It would be really, really, REALLY helpful to do something with the Windows Metafile images that Visio uses instead of just replacing them with a gray rectangle. Do you have something up your sleeve to help with that? Perhaps a trick of which I am not aware?</aside>
OK, so I suppose a more accurate complaint is about a lack of shapes for OmniGraffle more so than anything else. Fortunately, I came across this link last night. Now, my need for high-quality NetApp shapes for OmniGraffle diagrams has been almost entirely satisfied. To the person that created these shapes and posted them, you have my sincere thanks!
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