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Designing a Simple Pop-Up Card

joanmeg
 

Basically, I'm pretty familiar with MTC and overall quite computer literate, but this is driving me crazy. I tried to design a single pop-up insert for a 5x7 vertical card and one of the folds (the top one) is not aligning properly to close the card flat (the other 2 folds are fine). I know the basics of drawing the 2 cut lines for the right & left of the pop-up (how far apart they are will determine the width of the pop-up), and the 3 dashed lines in the middle for the mountain & valley folds. I guess my question is are there set parameters that must be used for the length & positioning of these lines?  Does one line have to be the same distance from some other line, and do any of the lines need to be a certain size/distance from each other & the middle of the card, etc.?

Right now I'm working on a simple 1 pc. pop-up. But I'd like to be able to do more than one "pop-up" in a card & know how to vary the length, width, distance, etc. so I can add different sized diecuts.  The card below is from pazzles craft room & has multiple "pop-ups." I'd like to be able to make this card as well (I'm not a member)...once I know the "rules" I think I can figure it out.  --Joanmeg 


Cutting a rectangle

Lynn Cook
 

Hopefully I'm posting my question to the right place as this is the first time I've posted since the group changed.

I am trying to cut a bunch of rectangles to use as card layers.  I pulled up a rectangle from the shapes file in MTC and made it the size I want it to be.  The cutter starts from the top left corner of the rectangle and goes right.  At the end of the cut, it appears that the blade stops a hair before it reaches the beginning point and makes a tiny cut just a hair to the right.  This leaves a little piece hanging.  I hope this makes sense.  It wouldn't be so bad if it just stopped a hair before the end--I could just use my xacto knife to cut it but it seems to make that little jump to the right.  Any suggestions would be helpful.


Re: Re MTC going

Liz Ackerman
 

Diane...thank you. I miss the MTC community as well...its like graduating high school, and everyone goes off in their own direction. Sure you stay in touch with a few, but you can never get back that feeling of community.
 
We do have a very supportive SCAL FB group, and of course, Sandy has written the manuals for that!! There are even ones specifically for KNK cutters like your Zing.
 
Thanks for being there for the ride!!
 
Liz
 

From: Diane Bove
Sent: Wednesday, September 9, 2020 6:07 PM
To: main@mtc-tuts.groups.io
Subject: Re: [MTC-Tuts] Re MTC going
 
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.
Sincerely,
~Diane

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!
 
Liz
 
From: Pam via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 9:13 PM
To: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io
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 apreciated!

Pam

Virus-free. www.avg.com


Re: Re MTC going

Diane Bove
 

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. 
Sincerely,
~Diane

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!
 
Liz
 
From: Pam via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 9:13 PM
To: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io
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 apreciated!

Pam

Virus-free. www.avg.com


Learn to Design Your own SVG files using Illustrator or Inkscape

Julie Flanagan
 

If you think you might like to learn to create quality cutting files using Illustrator or Inkscape, you might want to consider enrolling in Jennifer Maker's excellent course Cut Above SVG Design Course. I took this course a couple of years ago, and learned a lot! Illustrator and Inkscape are no longer such huge mysteries to me!

Jennifer Maker has opened enrollment to her excellent Cut Above SVG Design Course. Check out her free introductory videos here to see how you like her style. https://jennifermaker.lpages.co/the-joy-of-svgs/

She will also be having a Free Webinar Thursday. It was excellent last year, so go here to see it. https://jennifermaker.teachable.com/p/how-to-create-svgs-to-supercharge-your-crafts-webinar?affcode=152016_esqhercc

Enrollment for this year ends Saturday, so be sure to get signed up before then if you want to learn how to make your own professional designs using Illustrator or Inkscape. Go here to learn more: https://jennifermaker.teachable.com/p/cut-above?affcode=152016_esqhercc

Meanwhile, I am still supporting MTC here, so be sure to ask your important questions about it in this group!

Julie


Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

Chris Bradshaw
 

The reason I recommend 8GB is the base OS needs 4GB to do its job.  So anything above that is for the applications you will run on the computer.

As far as the drive being there and then not, that may be a bigger issue of the drive going bad.  There are services to recover but generally not worth the cost to do so.


Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

cb-designs /cindy brandt
 

Thank you Chris, I wondered if I needed 8GB but was hoping I could get away with 4GB because I found a laptop I liked with just 4.   I also wondered if I  could get away with windows Home or whether I needed regular Windows or even windows Pro.  

Last night I removed both drives from the Vista and  using a  SATA & IDE to USB2.0 adapter tried to see what was on the main drive with a very old ASUS tablet with a keyboard.

For about 10 seconds I saw the files, then they disappeared and I got this message:

"The last USB device you connected to this computer malfunctioned and windows does not recognize it". 

The next few  times I tried it went to that message  immediately when connected. I thought maybe I fried the adapter so I even tried both drives in  an HDD toaster but neither  drive was even recognized by the ASUS.  

So I still need a new pc laptop since the ASUS only has 2GB. If I can’t get the files off the old hard drives, I hope someone will share the install files I need.

Cindy


On Aug 15, 2020, at 12:20 PM, Chris Bradshaw via groups.io <cbradshaw007@...> wrote:

I get this question a lot.  Head to Best buy or Walmart.  Grab the cheapest laptop that has 8GB of memory.  The rest of the specs the system will have are far greater than your old vista and will handle what you need.  Then hop on Amazon and grab a external drive case for the HD in your old Vista.  You will need to pull it out first to know if its 2.5" or 3.5" then get the one to match the drive you have.


Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

Chris Bradshaw
 

I get this question a lot.  Head to Best buy or Walmart.  Grab the cheapest laptop that has 8GB of memory.  The rest of the specs the system will have are far greater than your old vista and will handle what you need.  Then hop on Amazon and grab a external drive case for the HD in your old Vista.  You will need to pull it out first to know if its 2.5" or 3.5" then get the one to match the drive you have.


Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

cb-designs /cindy brandt
 

Could  someone please recommend  a reasonably priced PC laptop that can run MTC and PCS. Any suggestions would be appreciated. My old Vista desktop that I kept just for my Zing Air died and I can’t even check to see whether I still have the instalation files because I only have Macs. 

cindy 


On Aug 10, 2020, at 2:21 PM, cb-designs /cindy brandt via groups.io <CB.cbdesigns@...> wrote:

I have both registration keys but the computer I have everything on is dead and doesn’t even start anymore. Is there anywhere I can get a copy of both the MTC and PCS software to install on a new computer? I mainly use Macs and kept a very old PC just for these programs. I have my files on Dropbox but not the software.  I once tried  MTC using  on my Mac but I found it impossible to use so I deleted it. 

Cindy

On Aug 8, 2020, at 7:23 PM, Julie Flanagan <craftymusician@...> wrote:

The Make The Cut site is GONE. This means that Make The Cut software and Popup Card Studio software are no longer for sale. This also means that there is no longer an option to retrieve your registration keys for MTC or PCS. You can no longer download MTC or PCS Trial versions or drivers. The MTC and PCS User Galleries no longer work within the software. 

However, you CAN still use Make The Cut and Popup Card Studio if you ever purchased it, and have saved it and your registration key on your computer. You DO need to PROTECT your copy of the software and your registration keys for future use. Save your entire Make The Cut! directory as well as your registration number to a thumb drive or a CD, in case you need to install Make The Cut to another computer. Copy everything from this folder  C:\Program Files (x86)\Make The Cut! to the thumb drive.  Then you can then plug in the thumb drive to a new computer and copy these files to the new computer.

Make The Cut is full featured cutting software that will cut directly to many different cutters. It includes many advanced design features. The software imports and exports many different file types. There have not been updates to this software in several years, so plugins for newer cutters are not available. But the software is still quite competitive in the market for those designing SVG cutting files.  You can create your own cutting files, or customize or edit designs that you have. Then you can select all (ctrl+a) and export as SVG Ctrl+Shift+S). These SVG files may be imported into your favorite cutting software.

The User Gallery in Make The Cut is no longer functional.  However, you can download thousands of designs from that Gallery. If you own Make The Cut, see this document to learn how to Retrieve your registration key by Sandy McCauley. She has also made some of the archived gallery files available for FREE download:

Files contributed by Dave (AKA Berry One) Dave contributed files primarily in MTC format. There are a few SVG files among his collection that even those who do not own Make The Cut can access.

MTC Gallery Rescue by User Paul Zingah   These are primarily files in MTC format with PNG thumbnail images.

Learning Make The Cut

Support for  Make The Cut software is available in the free User's Manual as well as at the Make The Cut Forum,  here at the free MTC-Tuts Group (join to access free  tutorials and cutting files), and at my YouTube channel.  We are here to help you use this excellent software. There are features in Make the Cut that I cannot find in other software. And many of its features are easier to use in MTC than in other programs. Make The Cut works very well in creating or customizing and editing cutting files. And you can export your designs from MTC to SVG format to use in other software programs on many different cutters.

Let me know how I can be of more assistance in your use of MTC or PCS.

Julie







Re: Re MTC going

c.short71
 

Totally agree. I know that as well as Julie, many people have given their time and expertise to the group and certainly do not want to undervalue their massive contribution, so thanks to all of them as well, we have all benefited greatly,
Christine


Re: Re MTC going

S Cox
 

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!
 
Liz
 
From: Pam via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 9:13 PM
To: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io
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 apreciated!

Pam

Virus-free. www.avg.com


Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

Julie Flanagan
 

Yes, this was an old video. The Gallery is no longer available. But you can open any of the shared MTC files or import SVG, WPC, GSD, PDF, or used traced images. Select All (Ctrl+A) the export as SVG (Ctrl+Shift+S).

Julie


On 08/12/2020 9:41 AM christine prato <chrisrn44@...> wrote:


When I tried to open MTC gallery, this is what I got.   

Service Unavailable

Service Unavailable


HTTP Error 503. The service is unavailable

Chris


On Wed, Aug 12, 2020 at 9:32 AM Julie Flanagan < craftymusician@...> wrote:
See the first 3-4 minutes of this video to see how to export files from Make The Cut to SVG. If you have Silhouette Studio, Designer Edition or higher, these SVG files will import fine.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xf_2VKdA0q0&list=PL6Ws4NVgqvPlMVCWU0L03dhLbr5Wed0e3&index=151

To export SVG from Make The Cut, Select All (Ctrl+A), then export as SVG (Ctrl+Shift+S). Save the file to your computer, and import to your other software that can use SVG files. So simple.

Julie
On 08/12/2020 7:21 AM Cari < ckasson@...> wrote:


Found my key, question I do have a bunch of MTC files, but haven't used the site in a very long time since I upgraded to Cameo 3.  Is there a video to convert the MTC to studio or svg files?
Cari





--
 "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that WHOEVER believes on Him, should not perish, but have everlasting life"   John 3:16                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              


Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

christine prato
 

When I tried to open MTC gallery, this is what I got.   

Service Unavailable

Service Unavailable


HTTP Error 503. The service is unavailable

Chris


On Wed, Aug 12, 2020 at 9:32 AM Julie Flanagan <craftymusician@...> wrote:
See the first 3-4 minutes of this video to see how to export files from Make The Cut to SVG. If you have Silhouette Studio, Designer Edition or higher, these SVG files will import fine.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xf_2VKdA0q0&list=PL6Ws4NVgqvPlMVCWU0L03dhLbr5Wed0e3&index=151

To export SVG from Make The Cut, Select All (Ctrl+A), then export as SVG (Ctrl+Shift+S). Save the file to your computer, and import to your other software that can use SVG files. So simple.

Julie
On 08/12/2020 7:21 AM Cari <ckasson@...> wrote:


Found my key, question I do have a bunch of MTC files, but haven't used the site in a very long time since I upgraded to Cameo 3.  Is there a video to convert the MTC to studio or svg files?
Cari



--
 "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that WHOEVER believes on Him, should not perish, but have everlasting life"   John 3:16                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             


Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

Julie Flanagan
 

See the first 3-4 minutes of this video to see how to export files from Make The Cut to SVG. If you have Silhouette Studio, Designer Edition or higher, these SVG files will import fine.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xf_2VKdA0q0&list=PL6Ws4NVgqvPlMVCWU0L03dhLbr5Wed0e3&index=151

To export SVG from Make The Cut, Select All (Ctrl+A), then export as SVG (Ctrl+Shift+S). Save the file to your computer, and import to your other software that can use SVG files. So simple.

Julie

On 08/12/2020 7:21 AM Cari <ckasson@...> wrote:


Found my key, question I do have a bunch of MTC files, but haven't used the site in a very long time since I upgraded to Cameo 3.  Is there a video to convert the MTC to studio or svg files?
Cari


Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

Cari
 

Found my key, question I do have a bunch of MTC files, but haven't used the site in a very long time since I upgraded to Cameo 3.  Is there a video to convert the MTC to studio or svg files?
Cari


Re: Re MTC going

Julie Flanagan
 

So true, Liz! And thank you for the technical help through the years.

Julie

On 08/12/2020 7:45 AM 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!

Liz

From: Pam via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 9:13 PM
To: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io
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 apreciated!

Pam

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Re: Re MTC going

Liz Ackerman
 

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!
 
Liz
 

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Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 9:13 PM
To: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io
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 apreciated!

Pam

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Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

Julie Flanagan
 

See the original post in this group. You cannot access the Gallery files from the software. I am not sure if you can download any from the Forum. However, Sandy McCauley posted archives of a huge number of the files that had been both in the Forum and in the Gallery for free download from her site. Be sure to download those. 

https://tinyurl.com/vf3gs5c Files by Dave (AKA Berryone)
https://tinyurl.com/tflebh3 Files collected by Paul Zingah
She also shared a link for Popup Card Studio Gallery SVG files, updated about 6 months ago.
https://tinyurl.com/ue469tz?fbclid=IwAR2yjoQyLjLT9EJvK81UdI4ORNkf_JFE4u4NkZLZuYJ4dLYnUfkEhOYqwn4
Recover MTC registration Key
https://www.iloveknk.com/Support/Tutorials/Make-The-Cut/Retrieving-MTC-and-PCS-Registrations.pdf

Diana Tunnicliff had also contributed thousands of files to the MTC Gallery, and has shared them via her Google drive, along with thousands more. Get them here: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0ByDca_cRz35gaUVRM0lsMUFJcDg?fbclid=IwAR36NSqho821o7-JRjDU-jnLP57tgCcsdwiJrjSMRFOX2j7jc6ts8PQV2zY
Diana would love to see any projects that you make using her designs.
She has recently added hundreds of projects to her Foil Quill folder.

Julie

On 08/11/2020 7:36 PM Rosina Stefan <rstefan28@...> wrote:


Can someone tell me, are all the files from the MTC website also gone?  I get an error when I click on the link to the main website but found a way to get to the forum.  It's been a few years since I've been on there to download the files generously shared and posted and wouldn't mind getting back in to see what's available now.

Thanks,
Rosina


Re: IMPORTANT: MTC Site is GONE

Julie Flanagan
 

It should work fine on your new PC. MTC works fine on both my Windows 10 desktop and laptop. Keeping your registration keys safe if very important!

Julie

On 08/11/2020 7:40 PM Megg Wy-lie via groups.io <imegg@...> wrote:


This worries me.  My 12 yr old desk top pc crashed and died about a month ago.  I ordered a new one but it is on back order and hard telling now when it will arrive.  Everything I had was backed up & the registration keys for both programs saved but....I'm worried they won't work on the new pc whenever it gets here.  I use MTC for more then just making svg files.  I do have it on my laptop and it is currently working....but when the day comes I can no longer use it.....I will with great sadness go back to sure cuts a lot. 
I will also miss the files that was accessible from other MTC users. 
Marg


Re: Re MTC going

Pam
 

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 apreciated!

Pam

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