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Thread: EUCHER game score keeper

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    Quote Originally Posted by henry1 View Post
    here you go
    Thank you but it looks like it's still coming up with a similar issue.
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    The numbers are done using Centerline Text. Do you have that add on?

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    The error message is saying you need both Centerline and Conforming Vectors which are both additional features available at the Carvewright Store.
    https://www.carvewright.com/add-on-modules/

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    Quote Originally Posted by oscarl48 View Post
    Henry, nice.

    thank you much your the man
    Henry

    Every one has a photographic memory. Some just don't have film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale View Post
    The numbers are done using Centerline Text. Do you have that add on?

    The original post said that the project was done using Designer Basic which is what I'm using as well. No add ons. Were there tools that were once originally available in Basic that have been made add ons now?

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    Centerline and Conforming Vectors have always been add ons. My guess would be the person posting was indicating that they had accomplished the design without the advanced tools such as Pattern Editing, Pattern Sculpting, 3D sculpting, or other party software. Only the creator can answer for sure, just a guess. Additional info, to use Centerline you will also need a 90 degree V bit and/or a 60 degree to make the cuts.
    Rick H

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