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#1 Posted : Monday, August 11, 2014 3:59:39 PM(UTC)

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I just started using CCR and can't figure out if I cut let's say a 7" figure how to I figure out how big my clothing should be. I think layers will auto detect but not sure and seem to be struggling. I have several cartridges that this issue apply's to.
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DarleneDuncan on 8/14/2014(UTC)
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#2 Posted: : Monday, August 11, 2014 4:40:38 PM(UTC)

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once you enter the size you want for your doll all of the layers should be proportionate automatically without you having to do anything. Just make sure that you insert the desired size in the default height box BEFORE you place your image and make sure the button in the bottom right that says "Aa, relative" is green. The other button that says "aa, real" will make everything the exact same size if it is selected.

Then if you want to resize your project either smaller or larger, be sure that you first place all the layers on the mat then select everything by dragging the resizer box around or click edit, select all and drag the bottom right arrow diagonally up or down to change size

hope this helps

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