GraphxNMore

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  1. GraphxNMore

    Font help please

    Capone GG also fits, but commercial.
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    Font help please

    Bellerose
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    Texts are outline & can't really see them

    Click view->show outlines only.
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    "Show print tiling"

    There's no minus front in CS6. I send the smaller one to back, but minus back does nothing in the program. I get a message saying groups... yada yada.... this function may have no result....and it doesn't. There's a subtract, but it yields no result either.
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    "Show print tiling"

    One more question.... When sublimating coffee mugs, I need a rectangle at times for a guide. If I draw a white rectangle and add stroke, the white "fill" area always leaves a slight pinkish box. I've made it true white and even turned fill off, nothing stops it. I tried to do a minus back using two rectangles, but it won't do it. I can have the exact desired frame in 6 seconds using Scalp. Not sure what I'm missing. Clipping mask won't work either.
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    "Show print tiling"

    That's what I needed. Thanks! ( I never messed with it there in fear of screwing my sublimation settings, I figured there'd be a setting somewhere else)
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    "Show print tiling"

    When you "show print tiling"..... the box that shows your 'paper edges'.
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    "Show print tiling"

    How do I adjust it to be 8.5x14 instead of 8.5x11? (CS6)
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    SG400 & Ricoh 3110 waste tanks

    Are they the same? They look identical. The SG400 is just supposed to be a faster version of the Ricoh. EDIT: I see a difference now, The electrical connection is vertical on one and horizontal on the other.
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    Cutting direction question

    I did a couple items in November. We put our house up for sale, boxed everything up. Got moved in late June. I've done a few things here & there since moving in. Another thing I've noticed with the refillable cartridges is the amount of time from powerup to ready status is considerably shorter.
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    Cutting direction question

    They actually have more vivid colors. Another thing I've discovered is I can reduce temperature to about 330 degrees on most items. I still use the profile Conde set up.
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    Cutting direction question

    I've tried them all, and it's opinion. If he likes the layout, then try to help him. If you don't know the software, then scroll on past the thread. It actually makes you look like an a$$ when you get on here and basically belittle people because they don't use "professional" equipment & software. Yeah, that whole "my graphtec" looks like another jab. But you get on here and always bad mouth it, especially since the namesake of this forum don't push it any more.
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    Cutting direction question

    So you admittedly tried it "years back", yet you continue to trash it, thread after thread??
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    Cutting direction question

    Say whatever you want, but SCALP has all the features you need to do any job out there. We use ours with a Titan 2 and do complex 4' decals all the time. Just throwing that out there.
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    Eye test needed

    Man, that's real dang close. A few curved edges here or there. Nothing I can't straighten though. Much appreciated!