New and Improved User Interface Symbols Released!

By Clint Dickson on Apr 25, 2008 in Stories

Gliffy now gives you the ability to create professional looking User Interface designs to update your User Interface diagrams. We’ve upgraded many our current symbols and have added some new ones. The new and improved symbols include: Forms and Components: Scrollbars, Window, Dialog, Listbox, Sliders, Combobox, Textbox, Button, Datepicker and Colorpicker. Content: Area Box, Plain…

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Meet Gliffy at San Francisco Web 2.0 Expo

By Keith Rockhold on Apr 17, 2008 in Latest & Greatest

This is your chance to meet the people behind Gliffy. We will be on hand April 23-25 at the Web 2.0 Conference in San Francisco. Take a moment to introduce yourself to us; we will be sharing booth space 535 with Atlassian Software Systems. We think this is a great opportunity to: explore the latest…

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Gliffy Announces New Features and Fixes for Gliffy Premium

By Keith Rockhold on Mar 18, 2008 in Latest & Greatest

We are pleased to share the following features and fixes for Gliffy Premium users. New Features: Network Symbols, Network Rack Symbols, Floorplan Symbols, Document Manager New Features: New Network Symbols We continue to increase our symbol libraries with the following new network symbols for your network diagrams: Webserver Database Satellite Satellite Antenna Copier Wall power…

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Gliffy Plugin for Confluence 1.3.6

By Chris Kohlhardt on Mar 06, 2008 in Latest & Greatest

Today we’ve released what we expect will be the last in the 1.3.X series. 1.3.6 has focused on ensuring compatibility with the upcoming 2.8 release of Confluence, and addressing various other minor issues: Confluence 2.8 compatibility – Please note that we’ve made improvements to ensure compatibility with Confluence 2.8-m5-r2. When Confluence 2.8 final is available,…

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The Breast Cancer Fund and Climb Against the Odds

By Clint Dickson on Mar 05, 2008 in Stories

Climb Against the Odds marks the ninth major mountaineering expedition to support and raise awareness for the Breast Cancer Fund’s work to eliminate the environmental causes of the disease. In June, a team of 40 women and men – breast cancer survivors and supporters – will climb Mt. Shasta, 14,162-feet, in a collective effort to…

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Moving Gliffy Diagrams

By Keith Rockhold on Jan 10, 2008 in Tips and Tricks

Looking for a way to move your floor plan diagram? Here is the best way to move your Gliffy Online diagram from one document to another without having to reference another page: With the diagram you’d like to move open: 1) Decide the items you’d like to move 2) Click on one shape you’d like…

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