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Re: Files for this group

Julie Flanagan
 

If you have the Cricut Explore, you can only cut to it via Cricut Design Space. However you can use 3rd party software to create cutting files, and export to SVG. Then you can import the SVG files into Cricut Design Space to cut to your Cricut Explore. See this post to learn more about 3rd party software: https://cuttercrafter.com/best-design-software-creating-svg/
 
Julie

On 12/09/2020 2:19 PM salley schwartz via groups.io <salleys@...> wrote:
 
 
I have a very old Crichton Explorer.  It appears SCAL will not work with that.
Where can I find  your wonderful machine comparisons?
          Thanks.

 

On Wed, Dec 9, 2020 at 11:33 AM, Julie Flanagan
<craftymusician@...> wrote:
If you cannot recover your MTC registration number, you do not necessarily need a new machine. You can use different software to use your years of saved files. MTC files now import into Sure Cuts A Lot. From there you can export as SVG or cut to most machines directly from there. Check it out here: http://www.craftedge.com/purchase/craftedge/purchase_scal5.php?rfid=9429558&ref=88ddf004059dbbdaf791d26ee1777eb3
 
Julie
On 12/09/2020 9:15 AM salley schwartz via groups.io <salleys@...> wrote:
 
 
It seems that since I can't recover my MTC registration number I will need to buy a new machine to use my years of saved files. How do I find Julie's reviews of cutting machines and other files on this group.
         Thanks 
                 Salley


 
 


Re: Files for this group

Julie Flanagan
 

SCAL5 plus the free libcutter software allows users to cut directly to the original Cricut Expression machine. This is not commonly known, but it does work. 
You can get this software here: http://www.craftedge.com/purchase/craftedge/purchase_scal5.php?rfid=9429558&ref=88ddf004059dbbdaf791d26ee1777eb3
 
Julie

On 12/09/2020 2:19 PM salley schwartz via groups.io <salleys@...> wrote:
 
 
I have a very old Crichton Explorer.  It appears SCAL will not work with that.
Where can I find  your wonderful machine comparisons?
          Thanks.

 

On Wed, Dec 9, 2020 at 11:33 AM, Julie Flanagan
<craftymusician@...> wrote:
If you cannot recover your MTC registration number, you do not necessarily need a new machine. You can use different software to use your years of saved files. MTC files now import into Sure Cuts A Lot. From there you can export as SVG or cut to most machines directly from there. Check it out here: http://www.craftedge.com/purchase/craftedge/purchase_scal5.php?rfid=9429558&ref=88ddf004059dbbdaf791d26ee1777eb3
 
Julie
On 12/09/2020 9:15 AM salley schwartz via groups.io <salleys@...> wrote:
 
 
It seems that since I can't recover my MTC registration number I will need to buy a new machine to use my years of saved files. How do I find Julie's reviews of cutting machines and other files on this group.
         Thanks 
                 Salley


 
 


Re: Files for this group

salley schwartz
 

I have a very old Crichton Explorer.  It appears SCAL will not work with that.
Where can I find  your wonderful machine comparisons?
          Thanks.


On Wed, Dec 9, 2020 at 11:33 AM, Julie Flanagan
<craftymusician@...> wrote:
If you cannot recover your MTC registration number, you do not necessarily need a new machine. You can use different software to use your years of saved files. MTC files now import into Sure Cuts A Lot. From there you can export as SVG or cut to most machines directly from there. Check it out here: http://www.craftedge.com/purchase/craftedge/purchase_scal5.php?rfid=9429558&ref=88ddf004059dbbdaf791d26ee1777eb3
 
Julie
On 12/09/2020 9:15 AM salley schwartz via groups.io <salleys@...> wrote:
 
 
It seems that since I can't recover my MTC registration number I will need to buy a new machine to use my years of saved files. How do I find Julie's reviews of cutting machines and other files on this group.
         Thanks 
                 Salley


 


Re: Files for this group

Julie Flanagan
 

If you cannot recover your MTC registration number, you do not necessarily need a new machine. You can use different software to use your years of saved files. MTC files now import into Sure Cuts A Lot. From there you can export as SVG or cut to most machines directly from there. Check it out here: http://www.craftedge.com/purchase/craftedge/purchase_scal5.php?rfid=9429558&ref=88ddf004059dbbdaf791d26ee1777eb3
 
Julie

On 12/09/2020 9:15 AM salley schwartz via groups.io <salleys@...> wrote:
 
 
It seems that since I can't recover my MTC registration number I will need to buy a new machine to use my years of saved files. How do I find Julie's reviews of cutting machines and other files on this group.
         Thanks 
                 Salley

 


Files for this group

salley schwartz
 

It seems that since I can't recover my MTC registration number I will need to buy a new machine to use my years of saved files. How do I find Julie's reviews of cutting machines and other files on this group.
         Thanks 
                 Salley


Re: INTRO

Julie Flanagan
 

Welcome to the group! You will find many SVG cutting files that you can use in the group's Files section in the Shared MTC Files folder. You will need to have at least the Silhouette Studio Designer Edition to be able to import SVG files if you are using Silhouette Studio.
 
However, you can use Make The Cut software to create your designs and export as SVG to use in the software of your choice. There are tons of tutorials in this group to help you learn to use MakeTheCut.
 
 
Julie

On 11/29/2020 9:01 PM ALEXANDRA <fariacabral@...> wrote:
 
 
Hello Group.
My name is Alexandra.
I'm Brazilian, and I live in Rio de Janeiro.
I love scraps.
I bought Silhouette 3 and I trying to learn. I love to see what you can do with paper and Silhouette. I'm working with Foamy (Goma Eva) too. Hugs.  
 

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INTRO

ALEXANDRA <fariacabral@...>
 

Hello Group.
My name is Alexandra.
I'm Brazilian, and I live in Rio de Janeiro.
I love scraps.
I bought Silhouette 3 and I trying to learn. I love to see what you can do with paper and Silhouette. I'm working with Foamy (Goma Eva) too. Hugs.  


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Re: can't import at non-integer DPI... workaround?

Liz Ackerman
 

I am going to assume you are using a very early version of MTC that supported Cricut cutters AND gave the user the ability to change File => import DPI values of a graphic (changing the DPI does not successfully change the quality, as MTC is not a raster editing program). The last version of MTC does not have that feature, and as Julie stated it imports at the set rate of 90 DPI. Once you have imported an image, MTC has created a cutting path from it and you can make it any size you want using width and height values. The cutting process does not need dpi information - which is technology used in PRINTING images, not cutting them.

On 11/26/2020 10:34 PM, Graham Toal wrote:
I found an easier way to use this trick: I tell MTC that I'm importing at 254DPI, then I move the decimal point to multiply the sizes by 10.  Much easier than remembering the ratio between 25 and 25.4 :-)  Thanks again.

On Thu, Nov 26, 2020 at 7:38 PM Julie Flanagan <craftymusician@...> wrote:
After importing, select all (Ctrl+A). With the aspect ratio locked (gold icon showing on the width and height), enter the % increase that you need for the imported design to be the same as the original and press Enter. The design will resize. 
 
We cannot change the import DPI, but we can change the design size by any percentage we choose.
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Re: can't import at non-integer DPI... workaround?

Julie Flanagan
 

Thanks for sharing your success. 
 
Julie

On 11/26/2020 9:34 PM Graham Toal <gtoal@...> wrote:
 
 
I found an easier way to use this trick: I tell MTC that I'm importing at 254DPI, then I move the decimal point to multiply the sizes by 10.  Much easier than remembering the ratio between 25 and 25.4 :-)  Thanks again.

On Thu, Nov 26, 2020 at 7:38 PM Julie Flanagan < craftymusician@...> wrote:
After importing, select all (Ctrl+A). With the aspect ratio locked (gold icon showing on the width and height), enter the % increase that you need for the imported design to be the same as the original and press Enter. The design will resize. 
 
We cannot change the import DPI, but we can change the design size by any percentage we choose.

 

 


Re: Happy Thanksgiving and Black Friday Deals for Crafters

Julie Flanagan
 

Cricut tools do not generally fit the Pazzles Vue. However you can use many of the Cricut media types with the Vue. I have been able to use the Cricut Foil Transfer kit on the Vue by adding a sliced pencil grip and using the Pazzles Pen Spacing tool to get the correct height. The WRMK Foil Quil does work with the Pazzles with Adapter C.  Pazzles has a very nice engraving tool that I like much better than all other brands. Specialty tools for the Cricut Maker will not work in the Vue.
 
Julie

On 11/26/2020 7:26 PM Goldie Holzer <mariah10@...> wrote:
 
 

I meant to ask you if Cricut Maker supplies work with the INVUE?  Joann’s has Cricut supplies 50% off. I was looking at the embosser/engraver.  Also do the quill foil pens work in the INVUE?

 

From: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io <main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io> On Behalf Of Julie Flanagan
Sent: Thursday, November 26, 2020 8:24 PM
To: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io
Subject: [Special] [MTC-Tuts] Happy Thanksgiving and Black Friday Deals for Crafters

 

I hope you are having a nice day of Thanksgiving. I am very thankful for you and this community. Giving thanks, even when things seem bleak, always makes me feel better. I hope it works for you as well.

I made a new post on my blog covering Black Friday Deals for Crafters. 
https://cuttercrafter.com/black-friday-deals-for-crafters-2/
 
Black Friday deals have already started, and more will be released tomorrow, Black Friday. Perhaps my list with links to the best deals I could find for the products I use, will help you make important purchases during the Black Friday sales. You can refer others to this list, especially those who are looking for special gifts for you or for other crafters in your life.

I have received many questions about which machine is best. That is question that is best answered based on your particular needs.  I am working on a comparison chart, but just got too busy to complete it before the important Black Friday sales. We will see if I can somehow complete it soon. 

Important recent purchases for me this season are:
the Gemini Midi hand die cutter/embosser, 6" wide using a folder instead of plates
Hundreds of designs at the Silhouette Design Store at 50% off (from my Wish List), using my Premium Subscription
Lovely very intricate dies from Heartfelt Creations at a great discount for Black Friday
Great bargains from Crafter's Companion. I will be watching their special US Warehouse Clearance sale this Sunday at noon Pacific time.
You can get Cricut supplies for up to 70% off, if what you need is still in stock. 50% off plus and extra 20% off if you are an Access member. Free shipping with purchases over $100 with code NOVSHIP 
Lots of great downloads from Creative Fabrica. They are having a $1 sale for a month for their membership, with the All Access membership going to $19 per month after the first month. Or the option for 3 months of All Access Membership to their Craft Designs for 3 months for $12.  I really like their All Access because they allow commercial use of all of their designs. https://www.creativefabrica.com/ref/24751/

My electronic cutters are working well. My 3 most used cutters among my massive collection are Pazzles InVue, Scan N Cut SDX 225 and 650, and Cricut Maker for cutting fabric and thin papers. My favorite embossing/die cut machines this year have been Diamond Press Marquise (soon to be taken over by the Gemini Midi), Gemini (the large one) and a new addition, Cut N Boss for use with Heartfelt Creations floral shaping molds. 

If you are looking for a computer, look for one that works well with your cutter, and meets at least the minimum specs required by your cutter software. I looked for a gaming computer when I last replaced mine, with plenty of room for cutting file storage on hard drive or SSD drive.  I got a 17" screen on my laptop because I need a larger screen for my aging eyes while designing.  I got the fastest machine available, knowing that whatever speed is fastest today, will be outdated in 6 months. I purchase a massively large hard drive for backup each year. Looks like there are some great buys on up to 8TB drives. 

Please let us know if you find some awesome Black Friday Deals that we cannot resist.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Julie

 


Re: can't import at non-integer DPI... workaround?

Graham Toal
 

I found an easier way to use this trick: I tell MTC that I'm importing at 254DPI, then I move the decimal point to multiply the sizes by 10.  Much easier than remembering the ratio between 25 and 25.4 :-)  Thanks again.


On Thu, Nov 26, 2020 at 7:38 PM Julie Flanagan <craftymusician@...> wrote:
After importing, select all (Ctrl+A). With the aspect ratio locked (gold icon showing on the width and height), enter the % increase that you need for the imported design to be the same as the original and press Enter. The design will resize. 
 
We cannot change the import DPI, but we can change the design size by any percentage we choose.


Re: Happy Thanksgiving and Black Friday Deals for Crafters

QP Levingston
 

thanks
Pamela Levingston


On Thu, Nov 26, 2020 at 9:24 PM Julie Flanagan <craftymusician@...> wrote:
I hope you are having a nice day of Thanksgiving. I am very thankful for you and this community. Giving thanks, even when things seem bleak, always makes me feel better. I hope it works for you as well.

I made a new post on my blog covering Black Friday Deals for Crafters. 
https://cuttercrafter.com/black-friday-deals-for-crafters-2/
 
Black Friday deals have already started, and more will be released tomorrow, Black Friday. Perhaps my list with links to the best deals I could find for the products I use, will help you make important purchases during the Black Friday sales. You can refer others to this list, especially those who are looking for special gifts for you or for other crafters in your life.

I have received many questions about which machine is best. That is question that is best answered based on your particular needs.  I am working on a comparison chart, but just got too busy to complete it before the important Black Friday sales. We will see if I can somehow complete it soon. 

Important recent purchases for me this season are:
the Gemini Midi hand die cutter/embosser, 6" wide using a folder instead of plates
Hundreds of designs at the Silhouette Design Store at 50% off (from my Wish List), using my Premium Subscription
Lovely very intricate dies from Heartfelt Creations at a great discount for Black Friday
Great bargains from Crafter's Companion. I will be watching their special US Warehouse Clearance sale this Sunday at noon Pacific time.
You can get Cricut supplies for up to 70% off, if what you need is still in stock. 50% off plus and extra 20% off if you are an Access member. Free shipping with purchases over $100 with code NOVSHIP 
Lots of great downloads from Creative Fabrica. They are having a $1 sale for a month for their membership, with the All Access membership going to $19 per month after the first month. Or the option for 3 months of All Access Membership to their Craft Designs for 3 months for $12.  I really like their All Access because they allow commercial use of all of their designs. https://www.creativefabrica.com/ref/24751/

My electronic cutters are working well. My 3 most used cutters among my massive collection are Pazzles InVue, Scan N Cut SDX 225 and 650, and Cricut Maker for cutting fabric and thin papers. My favorite embossing/die cut machines this year have been Diamond Press Marquise (soon to be taken over by the Gemini Midi), Gemini (the large one) and a new addition, Cut N Boss for use with Heartfelt Creations floral shaping molds. 

If you are looking for a computer, look for one that works well with your cutter, and meets at least the minimum specs required by your cutter software. I looked for a gaming computer when I last replaced mine, with plenty of room for cutting file storage on hard drive or SSD drive.  I got a 17" screen on my laptop because I need a larger screen for my aging eyes while designing.  I got the fastest machine available, knowing that whatever speed is fastest today, will be outdated in 6 months. I purchase a massively large hard drive for backup each year. Looks like there are some great buys on up to 8TB drives. 

Please let us know if you find some awesome Black Friday Deals that we cannot resist.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Julie


Re: Happy Thanksgiving and Black Friday Deals for Crafters

Goldie Holzer
 

I meant to ask you if Cricut Maker supplies work with the INVUE?  Joann’s has Cricut supplies 50% off. I was looking at the embosser/engraver.  Also do the quill foil pens work in the INVUE?

 

From: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io <main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io> On Behalf Of Julie Flanagan
Sent: Thursday, November 26, 2020 8:24 PM
To: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io
Subject: [Special] [MTC-Tuts] Happy Thanksgiving and Black Friday Deals for Crafters

 

I hope you are having a nice day of Thanksgiving. I am very thankful for you and this community. Giving thanks, even when things seem bleak, always makes me feel better. I hope it works for you as well.

I made a new post on my blog covering Black Friday Deals for Crafters. 
https://cuttercrafter.com/black-friday-deals-for-crafters-2/
 
Black Friday deals have already started, and more will be released tomorrow, Black Friday. Perhaps my list with links to the best deals I could find for the products I use, will help you make important purchases during the Black Friday sales. You can refer others to this list, especially those who are looking for special gifts for you or for other crafters in your life.

I have received many questions about which machine is best. That is question that is best answered based on your particular needs.  I am working on a comparison chart, but just got too busy to complete it before the important Black Friday sales. We will see if I can somehow complete it soon. 

Important recent purchases for me this season are:
the Gemini Midi hand die cutter/embosser, 6" wide using a folder instead of plates
Hundreds of designs at the Silhouette Design Store at 50% off (from my Wish List), using my Premium Subscription
Lovely very intricate dies from Heartfelt Creations at a great discount for Black Friday
Great bargains from Crafter's Companion. I will be watching their special US Warehouse Clearance sale this Sunday at noon Pacific time.
You can get Cricut supplies for up to 70% off, if what you need is still in stock. 50% off plus and extra 20% off if you are an Access member. Free shipping with purchases over $100 with code NOVSHIP 
Lots of great downloads from Creative Fabrica. They are having a $1 sale for a month for their membership, with the All Access membership going to $19 per month after the first month. Or the option for 3 months of All Access Membership to their Craft Designs for 3 months for $12.  I really like their All Access because they allow commercial use of all of their designs. https://www.creativefabrica.com/ref/24751/

My electronic cutters are working well. My 3 most used cutters among my massive collection are Pazzles InVue, Scan N Cut SDX 225 and 650, and Cricut Maker for cutting fabric and thin papers. My favorite embossing/die cut machines this year have been Diamond Press Marquise (soon to be taken over by the Gemini Midi), Gemini (the large one) and a new addition, Cut N Boss for use with Heartfelt Creations floral shaping molds. 

If you are looking for a computer, look for one that works well with your cutter, and meets at least the minimum specs required by your cutter software. I looked for a gaming computer when I last replaced mine, with plenty of room for cutting file storage on hard drive or SSD drive.  I got a 17" screen on my laptop because I need a larger screen for my aging eyes while designing.  I got the fastest machine available, knowing that whatever speed is fastest today, will be outdated in 6 months. I purchase a massively large hard drive for backup each year. Looks like there are some great buys on up to 8TB drives. 

Please let us know if you find some awesome Black Friday Deals that we cannot resist.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Julie


Re: can't import at non-integer DPI... workaround?

Graham Toal
 

that did it!  great workaround, thanks!

Graham

On Thu, Nov 26, 2020 at 7:38 PM Julie Flanagan <craftymusician@...> wrote:
.After importing, select all (Ctrl+A). With the aspect ration locked (gold icon showing on the width and height), enter the % increase that you need for the imported design to be the same as the original and press Enter. The design will resize. 


Happy Thanksgiving and Black Friday Deals for Crafters

Julie Flanagan
 

I hope you are having a nice day of Thanksgiving. I am very thankful for you and this community. Giving thanks, even when things seem bleak, always makes me feel better. I hope it works for you as well.

I made a new post on my blog covering Black Friday Deals for Crafters. 
https://cuttercrafter.com/black-friday-deals-for-crafters-2/
 
Black Friday deals have already started, and more will be released tomorrow, Black Friday. Perhaps my list with links to the best deals I could find for the products I use, will help you make important purchases during the Black Friday sales. You can refer others to this list, especially those who are looking for special gifts for you or for other crafters in your life.

I have received many questions about which machine is best. That is question that is best answered based on your particular needs.  I am working on a comparison chart, but just got too busy to complete it before the important Black Friday sales. We will see if I can somehow complete it soon. 

Important recent purchases for me this season are:
the Gemini Midi hand die cutter/embosser, 6" wide using a folder instead of plates
Hundreds of designs at the Silhouette Design Store at 50% off (from my Wish List), using my Premium Subscription
Lovely very intricate dies from Heartfelt Creations at a great discount for Black Friday
Great bargains from Crafter's Companion. I will be watching their special US Warehouse Clearance sale this Sunday at noon Pacific time.
You can get Cricut supplies for up to 70% off, if what you need is still in stock. 50% off plus and extra 20% off if you are an Access member. Free shipping with purchases over $100 with code NOVSHIP 
Lots of great downloads from Creative Fabrica. They are having a $1 sale for a month for their membership, with the All Access membership going to $19 per month after the first month. Or the option for 3 months of All Access Membership to their Craft Designs for 3 months for $12.  I really like their All Access because they allow commercial use of all of their designs. https://www.creativefabrica.com/ref/24751/

My electronic cutters are working well. My 3 most used cutters among my massive collection are Pazzles InVue, Scan N Cut SDX 225 and 650, and Cricut Maker for cutting fabric and thin papers. My favorite embossing/die cut machines this year have been Diamond Press Marquise (soon to be taken over by the Gemini Midi), Gemini (the large one) and a new addition, Cut N Boss for use with Heartfelt Creations floral shaping molds. 

If you are looking for a computer, look for one that works well with your cutter, and meets at least the minimum specs required by your cutter software. I looked for a gaming computer when I last replaced mine, with plenty of room for cutting file storage on hard drive or SSD drive.  I got a 17" screen on my laptop because I need a larger screen for my aging eyes while designing.  I got the fastest machine available, knowing that whatever speed is fastest today, will be outdated in 6 months. I purchase a massively large hard drive for backup each year. Looks like there are some great buys on up to 8TB drives. 

Please let us know if you find some awesome Black Friday Deals that we cannot resist.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Julie


Re: can't import at non-integer DPI... workaround?

Julie Flanagan
 

Inkscape uses a 96 DPI, and MTC uses 90 DPI which was the standard while MTC development was active. After importing, select all (Ctrl+A). With the aspect ration locked (gold icon showing on the width and height), enter the % increase that you need for the imported design to be the same as the original and press Enter. The design will resize. 
 
We cannot change the import DPI, but we can change the design size by any percentage we choose.
 
 
 
Julie

On 11/26/2020 4:37 PM Graham Toal <gtoal@...> wrote:
 
 
I have a file exported from Inkscape.  Its units are in mm, so when I try to set the dpi in MTC for an SVG import, I should be entering 25.4 units per inch - but the software only accepts whole numbers so I end up importing at 25 units per inch.

Assuming I can't change the import DPI to accept a decimal, is there a way to decrease the size of the imported SVG by exactly 1.5748% to correct it in MTC?  Other than dragging by hand and eye..?

thanks,

Graham
PS You guys probably know this already, but I've had this argument before in a different context, so just in case anyone says it was increased by 1.6% so should be decreased by 1.6%, that's not the math:

25.4     -> 100
25.0     -> 100*25.4/25.0 = 101.6%

so to correct, increase by   (101.6-100)/101.6 * 100  percent = -1.5748%

(It's the same as if you earn $100/day and get a 50% pay rise bringing you to $150/day.  To get reduced back to $100/day you would take a 33.333% pay cut, even though it was +$50 and then -$50 in absolute units.)
 


Re: can't import at non-integer DPI... workaround?

Julie Flanagan
 

If you can copy the height and width of the original file, then you can resize to that exact size after import into MTC. You can resize by a specific % after import, if you care to do the math. 
 
Julie

On 11/26/2020 4:37 PM Graham Toal <gtoal@...> wrote:
 
 
I have a file exported from Inkscape.  Its units are in mm, so when I try to set the dpi in MTC for an SVG import, I should be entering 25.4 units per inch - but the software only accepts whole numbers so I end up importing at 25 units per inch.

Assuming I can't change the import DPI to accept a decimal, is there a way to decrease the size of the imported SVG by exactly 1.5748% to correct it in MTC?  Other than dragging by hand and eye..?

thanks,

Graham
PS You guys probably know this already, but I've had this argument before in a different context, so just in case anyone says it was increased by 1.6% so should be decreased by 1.6%, that's not the math:

25.4     -> 100
25.0     -> 100*25.4/25.0 = 101.6%

so to correct, increase by   (101.6-100)/101.6 * 100  percent = -1.5748%

(It's the same as if you earn $100/day and get a 50% pay rise bringing you to $150/day.  To get reduced back to $100/day you would take a 33.333% pay cut, even though it was +$50 and then -$50 in absolute units.)
 


can't import at non-integer DPI... workaround?

Graham Toal
 

I have a file exported from Inkscape.  Its units are in mm, so when I try to set the dpi in MTC for an SVG import, I should be entering 25.4 units per inch - but the software only accepts whole numbers so I end up importing at 25 units per inch.

Assuming I can't change the import DPI to accept a decimal, is there a way to decrease the size of the imported SVG by exactly 1.5748% to correct it in MTC?  Other than dragging by hand and eye..?

thanks,

Graham
PS You guys probably know this already, but I've had this argument before in a different context, so just in case anyone says it was increased by 1.6% so should be decreased by 1.6%, that's not the math:

25.4     -> 100
25.0     -> 100*25.4/25.0 = 101.6%

so to correct, increase by   (101.6-100)/101.6 * 100  percent = -1.5748%

(It's the same as if you earn $100/day and get a 50% pay rise bringing you to $150/day.  To get reduced back to $100/day you would take a 33.333% pay cut, even though it was +$50 and then -$50 in absolute units.)


Creative Fabrica $1 Black Friday sale

Rosina Stefan
 

Creative Fabrica has a Black Friday sale going on today.  Get access to everything for $1 for a month, renewing at $19 thereafter.  You can cancel anytime.  I received notification of this sale through my emails but do not know how to forward a link for the actual offer.  I will copy and past here and hope that it works.

Have a wonderful holiday.
Rosina

Get ready for the most exciting promo of the year!

Starting tomorrow is our Early Black Friday Sale: 90% OFF 1 million+ fonts, graphics, and machine embroidery designs!

And don't forget... There are other HUGE deals launching on Thursday, 26 Nov 11:00 p.m. PST / Friday, 27 Nov 02:00 a.m. EST, such as:

🖤 Black Friday Discount Deals - Fonts and graphics for only $0.50.
🖤 All Access for just $1 the first month, thereafter $19/month! 

Save the date and be the first to grab these awesome deals!

The 90% site-wide discount will start in:

🖤 PREVIEW SALE 🖤


Re: Yahoo Groups Closing Down

Julie Flanagan
 

This group, main@mtc-tuts.groups.io is the primary replacement for the MTC_Tuts Yahoo group. However, I am available also in the CutterSoftware Facebook group.
 
Julie

On 11/14/2020 8:15 PM Trish <krazykcrafters@...> wrote:
 
 
Is there a facebook group or anything to replace the yahoo group?
 
 

From: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io <main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io> on behalf of Theresa Kelley <theresak462@...>
Sent: Friday, November 13, 2020 3:49 AM
To: main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io <main@MTC-Tuts.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [MTC-Tuts] Yahoo Groups Closing Down
 
Thanks as always for keeping us updated. 


On Nov 12, 2020, at 10:31 AM, Julie Flanagan < craftymusician@...> wrote:

I received this notice from Yahoo Groups:
We’re shutting down the Yahoo Groups website on December 15, 2020 and members will no longer be able to send or receive emails from Yahoo Groups.  Yahoo Mail features will continue to function as expected  and there will be no changes to your Yahoo Mail account, emails, photos or other inbox content. There will also be no changes to other Yahoo properties or services. You can find more information about the Yahoo Groups shutdown and alternative service options on this  help page .

Since we moved all Yahoo Content to this Groups.io, our files are safe. I am referring all requests for membership in the Yahoo group to this group. I don't see any way to generate new emails from the Yahoo group, so I will likely not be posting there anymore. 

Julie

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