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as we know, the current version of Omnigraffle can not export multiple layers PSD files(each layer contains only one object, preferably with group information), but I find this function is extremely useful when you are doing UI mock-ups with Omnigraffle. right now I can only copy&paste each object to photoshop to reconstruct the whole UI.
 
Interesting. I don't know much about the internals of PSD files, but this sounds like a useful piece of functionality for OmniGraffle to have.

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(each layer contains only one object, preferably with group information)
Would you want each Graffle layer to export to one PSD layer, or would you want each Graffle object to export to one PSD layer?
 
Actually I want each Graffle object to export to one PSD layer, that means the omni can export every singal object to a individual PSD layer. if some objects are grouped in omni, the exported PSD layers are also grouped. I believe this is an extremely useful feature. hoping to see this in the next version.
 
 


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