Use case: I cannot share graphics that can’t be edited by clients and co-workers (many of which don’t have a Mac).
By default that means I have to use PowerPoint, which is nowhere near as fast or beautiful as OmniGraffle.
Problem: The only acceptable vector graphics format in PowerPoint is native “Office” graphics.
EML doesn’t really work (… issues with fonts, etc. - and it’s not editable, which is the use case here).
There are few tools that can export to native PowerPoint graphics.
Acrobat does it with some success (so OmniGraffle -> Acrobat -> PPTX is one route that sometimes works for me).
OmniGraffle would be in a unique position to conquer the “office” (and “Office”) market if you could implement a high-fidelity export option based on the Office XML PPTX file format.
If you find a way to implement this - HUGE thanks in advance!