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MarthaJackson Offline
#1 Posted : Saturday, September 29, 2012 5:10:17 PM(UTC)

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Previous posts are confusing to me... Can we create a shape (say, a specific sized rectangle) and then fill it with a background paper?

Can we weld two shapes together, then fill it?

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#2 Posted : Saturday, October 13, 2012 8:39:20 AM(UTC)

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Yes you can fill any image from the orig carts (carts before July 2011) that are linked to you gypsy. I have filled rectangles that I have gotten from the George cart with papers from various Imagine carts. You will need to be on the Imagine app that is on your Gypsy and it will look just like the screen that is on the Imagine machine itself. You will not be able to weld or use any of the reg. features of the Gypsy while in Imagine App. You will also need to link your Imagine carts to your Gypsy using the Imagine machine (manage cartridges button on your Gypsy). There will be 3 cartridge icons on the bottom left of the screen after the menu screen where you choose your cartridges. The left one is reg. cart, middle one is for anything on the machine itself and the right one are your Imagine cartridges.

Hope this helps.

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MarthaJackson on 10/13/2012(UTC)
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