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Sunday, November 21, 2010

Flowchart Connectors: Coming Soon - Google Docs Help

I am very happy to learn that proper diagram drawing - connectors that stay connected - is coming soon to Google draw.

Flowchart Connectors: Coming Soon - Google Docs Help

This will put me in a quandary: this makes Google drawings almost exactly what I need for my comp-arch.net wiki.

Except that the wiki aspects of Google docs and Google sites are pretty darn poor.

The URLs are unreadable. And there doesn't seem to be a way to create a link to a page that does not yet exist yet, that you can click on to create the page, like [[New Idea To Be Filled In Later]] - which IMHO is the essence of wiki.

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