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Polarbearla Offline
#1 Posted : Tuesday, October 02, 2012 7:14:26 PM(UTC)

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I am considering upgrading to an E2 but I was wondering if you can place the images anywhere on the mat like you can with the Gypsy. It is really handy with the Gypsy to be able to move the image around on the mat, does the E2 let you do this?

Can you cut several images at the same time with the E2? For instance if something has several layers can you choose to cut all those out at the same time?

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#2 Posted : Thursday, October 11, 2012 9:40:34 AM(UTC)

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Hi Polarbearla, no you can't move the images on the E2 like the Gypsy. You can roughly choose where they will be but only using the space bar and the return button when you enter an image. The screen is not interactive like the Gypsy - it's just like a glorified keypad. You can cut your layers at the same time but if you want different colours it's quite tricky to position the image in the correct place (see above). You are best designing on a Gypsy or in CCR
where you are able to drag and position your cuts where you want them. It is possible to use CentrePoint and to move the blade to where you want to begin cutting but this is nothing like the Gypsy or Craft Room.
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