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Omni Group Releases First iPhoto Plug-In

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by , 3:30 PM EST, January 9th, 2002

The Omni Group has released the first iPhoto plug-in fresh off the heels of iPhoto's unveiling at Macworld. The plug-in is designed to allow the export of iPhoto files to the OmniGraffle diagramming app. According to The Omni Group:

The Omni Group today announced that they have written and released, for free, the first plug-in for Apple's new iPhoto application. This plug-in allows users to export iPhoto albums to Omni Group's 'OmniGraffle' diagramming application. Apple unveiled iPhoto yesterday at Steve Jobs' keynote for MacWorld Expo 2002.

Since Apple's iPhoto APIs are subject to change right now, this version of the plug-in might be made obsolete by future updates to iPhoto, but Omni will continue to revise the plug-in to keep it current with iPhoto revisions to the best of our ability.

You can find more information about the iPhoto plug-in at The Omni Group Web site. The iPhoto plug-in is available as freeware.

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