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Hi all,

Unfortunately I'm a PC not a Mac but am wondering abut getting OmniGraffle for iPad, I just had one question and hoped someone here might be able to answer it for me?

In the Wireframing demo video it gave me the impression that I would be able to draw freehand images and then it could automatically convert these into line shapes, ie:

I draw a crappy rectangle, i can then convert it into a straight/parallel rectangle and snap it to a grid?

Is this possible or have I miss understood?

Thanks
 
There is no automatic "hey, this looks like a rectangle, I bet he wanted nice clear parallel lines" type feature. However, you can convert any shape to any other shape, so you can still draw a crappy rectangle and then change that to a perfect one manually by touching a button.
 
iDesk does that but in my opinion has much to cluttered interface for being useful. That is a personal bias tho and they do have a trial version you can check out.
 
 


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