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Hi, I was using my new download of vinylmaster LTR and my outline tool was working perfectly. I was able to adjust inset and outline etc. I went on to use it this morning and the outline tool only allows a single outline? Any help is much appreciated!
H2Ohydrographics posted a topic in General HelpI am a beginner, using corel draw and graphtec plotter. I am making cups and water bottles for my son's baseball/football team and i am running into a problem, i am sure it is staring me right in the face, ugh! Please see attached photo. My question/problem: I've been using my contour tool to get outlines around the word baseball/football and around aunt, Grammy or whatever term of endearment, and also around baseball/football, each on their own. how do I get an outline after grouping all 3 together? After I group them, my contour/apply is greyed out. I want to put a black background around all 3 to make it pop? Does that make sense? (Kinda like the baseball mom cup but I want a thicker outline) poor football cups need some help, look lame. Thank u so much in advance for your help, hope my question makes sense!
I have three videos thanks mb20music who turned me on to Jing with plans to make others. It is a way for me to pay forward for all the help I have received on this forum. No certain order but special thanks to Skeeter, Rodger,Jay2703,Mr300s,Racer88,2ctmediallc, mb20music and many others. I have only been doing this since Dec 2011 and without the help I have received there is no way I could have figured it out. So if you have a problem there are many talented people on here that are willing to help you learn. Thanks everyone. That being said here is a few recommendations 1. Read your plotter manual thoroughly 2. Read your design cutting software manual thoroughly 3. Search this forum with keywords 4. If this fails post your problem in the right category, some one will help you. Here is my videos up till now. Fill with SignBlazer: http://screencast.com/t/cOdG5YHZLd Fill in Inkscape: http://screencast.com/t/XQbLzoMm Trace in Inkscape: http://screencast.com/t/AXBvFaI2t Another example: Part one: http://screencast.com/t/PBKyw6HkL7d Part two: http://screencast.com/t/5RNW2eRbqva