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Hi there ... maybe this is supereasy to do, but unfortunately I havenīt found a quick solution. I am annoyed by the Default-Shadow on Objects as well as the thickness of the lines, etc. ... Is there a way to configure Omnigraffle to behave the way I want, when drawing?

Thanks in advance.

Matt
 
You can inspect the drawing tools by Option-clicking them, and then use the inspectors to change your styles settings like shadow and stroke thickness, etc.

Afterwards, they will by default abide by those chosen styles.

Hope that helps,
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OK, Joel, this always drives me batty ... can Omni please, please, please do a better job on documentation and help. There are so many useful and wonderful features in OG, but I have a lot of trouble finding them ....
 
The 'tool palette tips' page in help mentions the option-click to inspect trick; if you can tell me what you tried searching on, I can write up a request to add those keywords to the index so it'll appear in the results...
 
 


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