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#1 Posted : Wednesday, March 27, 2013 7:33:56 PM(UTC)
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I'm doing the ice cream cone in Sweet Tooth Boxes. The cone layer2 comes in two pieces but I want to seperate them so I can get more cuts on one sheet of paper. Can this be done?
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:53:01 PM(UTC)
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What CRICUT machine are you using?
Are you using CCR?

If you're using CCR, you can copy/paste as many of the cones as you want on a page.

If you're using the machine manually, there is a FILL button you can push....and, I believe you'll see on the display how many cuts you'll get.

Is this what you're needing to know?

Char

IN LOOKING AT SWEET TOOTH BOXES IN CCR, I'm not seeing this cone. Is this a digital image you have purchased?

Char

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#3 Posted : Thursday, March 28, 2013 5:46:01 AM(UTC)
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Some images you can and some you can't. It depends on how the image is vectorized for cutting. If the part you want to remove is part of another image, using a continuous line, you can't.

But, for the image you want. . .you can! Select the image and at the bottom you will see a HIDE box. Click on that and your image will open in another screen where you can hoover the mouse over a line to change it to red and then click the mouse and that part is hidden. Then EXIT and you a left with the part you want.
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AHA! Does this mean this is an IMAGINE cartridge? I'm thoroughly confused and still don't see an ice cream cone.

Char
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#5 Posted : Thursday, March 28, 2013 10:03:36 AM(UTC)
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No, Sweet Tooth Boxes is not an Imagine cart.
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Originally Posted by: CricketCMV Go to Quoted Post
AHA! Does this mean this is an IMAGINE cartridge? I'm thoroughly confused and still don't see an ice cream cone.

Char


Maybe you are looking at the wrong cart because its on there BigGrin
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I get it now. I was only looking at the images on the IMAGES tab.....I understand now you have to cut them out and fold them to get the ice cream cone. Thanks.

Char
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#9 Posted : Tuesday, October 01, 2013 4:46:42 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: scrapalette Go to Quoted Post
Some images you can and some you can't. It depends on how the image is vectorized for cutting. If the part you want to remove is part of another image, using a continuous line, you can't.

But, for the image you want. . .you can! Select the image and at the bottom you will see a HIDE box. Click on that and your image will open in another screen where you can hoover the mouse over a line to change it to red and then click the mouse and that part is hidden. Then EXIT and you a left with the part you want.


I'm trying to do the same thing, with the Cindy Loo cartridge. The card/envelope pop up together. I somehow managed to separate them and cut the envelope by itself. But when I try to cut the card by itself, it tells me "one or more of your cut images are not positioned entirely on the mat. They will be skipped." When I go back and click the "hide contour" button on the card, there is still an outline of the envelope which I do not want to cut.

What did I do right for the envelope, and how do I do it again?
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#10 Posted : Wednesday, October 02, 2013 12:08:35 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: telemo114f7e5d Go to Quoted Post
I'm trying to do the same thing, with the Cindy Loo cartridge. The card/envelope pop up together. I somehow managed to separate them and cut the envelope by itself. But when I try to cut the card by itself, it tells me "one or more of your cut images are not positioned entirely on the mat. They will be skipped." When I go back and click the "hide contour" button on the card, there is still an outline of the envelope which I do not want to cut.

What did I do right for the envelope, and how do I do it again?


Even though you've hidden part of the image so it won't cut, it's still part of the whole image as far as CCR is concerned. You need to make sure that the part you have hidden isn't outside the cutting area of the mat otherwise the part that's not hidden won't cut.
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