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And you too Liz, not only helping with MTC but random computer help also, many thanks to all of you. Everyone in the MTC forum has always been so helpful and supportive. I never would have learned how to use my Zing without the help of all of you. I bought SCAL 5 last December and still have not used it yet. The thought of learning a new program is daunting. Instead of updates, I would have happily paid for another version of MTC. I joined FB to try to keep up with all that left, but it’s not the same. I know I came in late, but I really miss the MTC community. Thank you to everyone for all the years of work and dedication.
On Aug 12, 2020, at 2:06 PM, S Cox via groups.io <englishrose897@...> wrote:
Well said. I learnt a lot from all these people who gave up so much of their time. A huge thank you to all of you.
On 12 Aug 2020, at 15:45, Liz Ackerman <ackerliz@...> wrote:
We have actually had a lot of volunteers over the years, many that haven’t
been recognized, that helped with the development and support of Make The Cut! (
S ) Bryan ( W ) hosted the weekly webinars for 5 years, and Julie was an active
participant in those as well. Susan BlueRobot worked behind the scenes along
with the developer Andy to get PopupCard Studio (PCS) up and running, Susan had
previously developed several popup books by hand, doing all the work manually,
and it was this dedication to the art that inspired Andy to create PCS. She put
in a huge amount of work, time and effort to the cause, and has the only
resources for the product that I am aware of. It’s an extensive library of
videos. She is truly dedicated to her art!
Sandy McCauley developed the Make The Cut! User Manual, while under
contract by KNKUSA. Granted this was paid work, but Sandy has since put in a
huge amount of volunteer time working several Facebook groups to help MTC users
with all aspects of the software and their hardware. Two other volunteers Paul
and Gabe have also actively supported the FB pages, along with continued help on
the MTC forum. Thousands of others contributed their work to the Gallery,
BerryOne being the most proficient, followed by Diana. The only other software
product that I have seen with so many loyal and supportive users was Paint Shop
Pro before Jasc sold it to Corel. That was the single largest internet community
at the time, and where I was inspired in the mid-late 90’s to get into computer
paper crafting, and then be an early adapter to desktop cutters.
It takes a village. I think we should appreciate that as well!
From: Pam via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 9:13 PM
Subject: Re: [MTC-Tuts] Re MTC going
Kudos to you
Christine, for reminding us of all Julie does for us! I would not have the
knowledge I do of how to use MTC without Julie. Thank you Julie, you ARE