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    What is the best online flowchart software?


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    i have used gliffy before, quite good

    http://www.gliffy.com/
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    noko, I'd love to know what your second link was

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    Might be this


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    missing parts = "breezetree" plus "." plus "com"

    This is the site
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    "The day you stop learning is the day you become obsolete"! - my late Dad.

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    address here?

    Also available directly on my Sources program under Useful oddments - centre column

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    Thanks Frank but I can't understand why that would be 'asterisked' out.

    maybe I am losing touch with popular english slang.

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    Something to do with the site software I suspect. It seems to be OK with all else.

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    ***************

    This is the result of just typing "Breexetree.com" into the page. (I changed the z to an x to get this line OK.) Type it in using the original "z" and it gives asterisks. Try it and see what I mean. Perhaps the swearing filter is responsible>

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikos101 View Post
    What is the best online flowchart software?
    In fact that depends on what you want to achieve. If you just want online substitute for MS Visio then Gliffy is the best choice. You'll get a regular PNG flowchart. But if you want a dymanic kind of flowchart you can try something using Flash e.g. Origramy Flash Component - http://origramy.com
    It uses XML to build a flow of org chart. I used it for some of me projects and really like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by effpeetee View Post
    ***************

    This is the result of just typing "Breexetree.com" into the page. (I changed the z to an x to get this line OK.) Type it in using the original "z" and it gives asterisks. Try it and see what I mean. Perhaps the swearing filter is responsible>

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    remove spaces only:

    h t t p : / / w w w . b r e e z e t r e e . c o m / f l o w c h a r t i n g - s o f t w a r e /

    probably this words are in the WA list of words used by spammer and baned. In my opinion have nothing to do with the site, just banned words.

    Edit: it's only me or thanks button is missing in this thread?

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    LucidChart

    You might check out LucidChart. It's all done in Javascript, not Flash, but it works really well. It also has some great sharing/collaboration options. I use it instead of Gliffy because multiple people can work on the same flow chart at the same time. Also, Gliffy had a bunch of glitches that drove me crazy (undo/redo was really buggy, no zoom, etc). Its resulting flow charts aren't as shiny, but I don't really care about all the gradients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beandog View Post
    You might check out LucidChart. It's all done in Javascript, not Flash, but it works really well. It also has some great sharing/collaboration options. I use it instead of Gliffy because multiple people can work on the same flow chart at the same time. Also, Gliffy had a bunch of glitches that drove me crazy (undo/redo was really buggy, no zoom, etc). Its resulting flow charts aren't as shiny, but I don't really care about all the gradients.
    Lucid Chart looks very functional. Thanks for sharing the link.

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    Thumbs up I prefer Creately

    Another really cool web based application to draw flowcharts is Creately. It has built in collaboration and a very easy to use elegant interface. But the most cool feature is the one click creation of connecting objects.

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    There are few good ones out there if you are using windows. If you are using linux or mac I recommend you to use a web based (platform independent) solution like Creately. And most importantly if you are drawing flowcharts frequently use a flowchart software . Otherwise use free tools for your need.


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