Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Shape styles, part of OmniGraffle 6 Essential Training.
…Now that we're comfortable creating the different types of objects that you work…with in OmniGraffle, I want to look…at styling them, starting with styling shapes.…That's changing things like the color, the stroke style and the shadow.…Let's see how it works.…I'm going to open my inspectors and in…particular I want to focus on the Object Inspectors.…And we're going to look at Fill, Stroke, Shadow, and…we've already touched Shapes, but we'll touch it again.…As soon as I select a shape, you see that this…is active showing me exactly what type of shape it is.…
It's a pretty normal shape, so we just see that…it has a Solid Fill and that fill is white.…But if we want to adjust the fill color, we…can simply go here to a list of colors or…go to Other and bring up a full familiar Mac…color palette with all of the choices that we're used to.…I happen to like the crayon box.…So if we want our Sales Manager box to be red,…we just click on red and we've now changed its fill color.…Now, we have other options here including different…
- 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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