This palette was created using OmniGraffle v1. Needless to say, I need to remedy that. ;)
Use this stencil to represent words, ideas, and tasks arranged around a central idea.
While OmniGraffle probably isn't a tool for professional cartographers, we've found it can be quite useful for making informal maps and directions.
The MacADSL team has designed a network stencil that can be used to draw networks in a comprehensive way with few colors in order to generate small image files to be published on the web.
A set of large application and system icons from Mac OS X (Part 1).
The first palette in the series contains the following stencils: - HP9000 N Class Front View - HP9000 N Class Rear View - HP9000 L Class Front View - HP9000 L Class Rear View - HP9000 V Class Front View (with shadow) - HP E-41 Rack Unit (Empty) - HP E-41 Rack Unit (With 4 N Class Front View) - HP E-41 Rack Unit (With 4 L...more
Want to make sense of all that spaghetti that traditionally lives behind your entertainment center? This is the stencil for you! Includes RCA cables, S-Video, DVI, Optical and more.
Got a green thumb? You should probably get that checked out, you know. But if it turns out you aren't a flesh eating zombie, maybe you're horticulturally inclined and a prime candidate for enjoying the many, many (well "several") uses of our new Garden Stencil.
This is an excellent stencil set of formal network symbols, for when the poofy internet cloud simply isn't enough. Oh wait — the poofy internet cloud is still there, hiding behind the moniker of "Network Cloud". That seems formal, maybe not black tie, but pretty formal.