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    I done this 3-d Image I'm playing with the buttons trying to get a little bit more involved, I wanted to finish with a cut out and did the toggle end points and I thought they were connected but its not letting the cutout feature light up. can some kind sole tell me what I'm doing wrong. I tried to attach the file but its to big.

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    Try zipping (compressing) the file and up load it as a .zip file
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    I tried o use a zip file and it still to big..

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    Can you delete irrelevant patterns until you can upload the mpc? (You could maybe change the file extension to .jpg and upload it. We can download it and change the extension back to .mpc.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aokweld101 View Post
    I done this 3-d Image I'm playing with the buttons trying to get a little bit more involved, I wanted to finish with a cut out and did the toggle end points and I thought they were connected but its not letting the cutout feature light up. can some kind sole tell me what I'm doing wrong. I tried to attach the file but its to big.
    Your image is too large, If you have that in the Pattern Editor change the image to 10 inches, It will give you a better pattern and okay the LHR size limit.
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    this is not what I had originaly, but I'm sure playing with it I'll eventually get it, but I need to still need to know what I'm doing wrong with the cutout. Thanks gentlemen for your help!
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    Mirror does not work for making closed paths. Undo mirror. Copy, paste, and flip the left half. Now move it to so the end points coincide. Tweak the end points with the mouse to weld them. Now you have a closed curve to cut out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bergerud View Post
    Mirror does not work for making closed paths. Undo mirror. Copy, paste, and flip the left half. Now move it to so the end points coincide. Tweak the end points with the mouse to weld them. Now you have a closed curve to cut out.
    de ja vu, eh?
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    I tried it again and it was worse than I started I'm going back to the tutorlial ....need more input....lol

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    yes, now that I think of it.... de ja vu..
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