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Does anyone know why the same exported image from Omnigraffle looks different on my PC vs. my Mac. Even when viewing them on the same screen at the same time. TIA
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There are a couple different things that could be going on here - can you give us more information about your setup? In the screenshot you included, is that a PDF file that's been exported back from the Windows machine, a chunk of the screen from Parallels/VMWare, something else?

This could be due to different display settings in the two OSes, a problem in OmniGraffle, or something else entirely. Need more info. :-)
 
I am running a Windows XP VM through fusion on my mac. It is not related to the image type. I have compared apples to apples. 2 bmp, 2 png, etc. It is related to the color settings on XP I have discovered and not a omnigraffle issue. I wish I new how to adjust the colors on the XP VM--totally annoying. I hate Windows! Thanks for your help.
 
 


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