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Adding a 2x2 matrix stencil, and installation problem Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes

Can anyone recommend a good way to create a 2x2 matrix with OG Pro?

I found this option: Any other options you can recommend?

And, I can't figure out how to install it! I don't have the directory structure that I am supposed to. I don't have an 'application support' or an 'omni group' folder. I know I used to but just can't find it. Any idea how to install or fix?

I am running the latest version of the OS, 10.7.2 and OG was updated recently.


Eric, 10.7.0 and later hide the "Library" folder from you; the Application Support is one of the folders in the hidden one.

If you hold down the Option key on your keyboard and then click the Finder's "Go" menu, though, you'll be able to make it visible.

If it's easier, you can also have OmniGraffle do the searching and installing for you with the following steps:

1) Use the "Windows" menu to open the Stencils window.
2) Click on the magnifying glass in the search field at the top of the Stencils window.
3) Select "Graffletopia" from the menu that appears, then type "matrix" and hit return.
4) Click on "2x2 Matrix" in the results.

You can now download and install the stencil to your Mac right from the window. Hope this helps!
Thank you!

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