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This is repeatable. I just installed the following version:
Product: OmniGrafflePro-5.1
Tag: OmniGraffle/5.1.1/final-137.11

I just need to create a blank document and try to save it to get the following message:
The document “Untitled” could not be saved as “test”. Cross-reference table doesn't end correctly.

Anyone knows how to fix this?

I'm having the same problem!!!!
I am using OmniGraffle/5.2/final-138.9 and having the same problem. It does not allow me to save any file. Any work around to this problem?
I'm not on the OmniGraffle team, so I don't know exactly what's going on here. If you email the support ninjas, though, you're guaranteed a response from someone more knowledgeable than I. :-)

Folks here browse the forums as we're able, but it's on an "as we can" basis, so I wanted to make sure this didn't wait too long.
Inspectors -> Document: Uncheck "Include Quick Look Preview"
Saving should work.

For me, this is checked for every new document I create.
I was in the same position... And I don't know how to overcome Hillhurst Sunnyside it. Any ideas?

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