…Like shapes, lines can also be styled in OmniGraffle.…Let's take a look at how that works.…As you can see, I have my inspectors open…and in particular, I've scrolled down Stroke and Lines.…Everything else is closed.…And these are the 2 places that you can really manipulate the look of your line.…So I'm going to select a line and you…can see, everything about Stroke is still active.…So, all of the things that we worked with in terms of the…stroke that goes around the outside of a shape are also active here.…
We can change thickness, we can make a dash-line and etc.,…everything that we looked at previously.…Possibly more interesting is here in the Lines Inspector.…This is where we can put interesting…endpoints like arrow and dots on our lines.…So this is the beginning of a line, and if…we wanted to maybe start the line with a hollow dot,…you see now we have the hollow dot there and maybe…we want to end the line on a nice solid arrow.…
So there we have the arrow there.…Now remember we talked about there being a…
- Create your first diagram
- Getting around the interface
- Working with shapes
- Adding and modifying text
- Create custom stencils
- Replicating shapes and styles
- Customizing the toolbar
- Using templates
- Adjusting units and scale
- Import images and folder structures from Finder
- Using Presentation mode
Skill Level Beginner
1. Navigating the Interface
2. Working with Basic Diagram Elements
3. Taking Control
4. Using Stencils
5. Time-Saving Shortcuts
6. Advanced Techniques
7. Importing and Exporting
8. OmniGraffle 6 Pro Highlights
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