As it turned out I already had made a much better improvement there and had forgotten all about it. It reduced some code to constant, which today I thought I could optimize from linear to logarithmic. Now I need to redo quite a few drawing again. This also proves that I am getting dumber...
Which leads me to the next bitch and moan, Omnigraffle a feature rich but unfortunately not very accurate drawing program makes my drawing look like this:|
The minor problem is the strangely skewed box in the lower left corner. I selected all left boxes and said move to front I took all right boxes and said move to background. Then I said "align to grid" nevertheless something's wrong. The geometry inspector doesn't find any difference between the blue 0x50 and the red 0x70 box, apart from the vertical offset, but I sure can see the difference. I can live with that though, although it's a little ugly.
What I can not live with is the way the text hugs the top barrier. Now that is damn ugly.
To say something positive about Omnigraffle, a real nice feature is the possibility to export parts of your drawings as TIFF via copy/paste. That's how the article is done. I draw in OmniGraffle and copy/paste TIFF into TextEdit. In the end I will do a manual conversion into HTML.