Yep. Got it, love it. Did you get the 3D add-on for it? That's pretty cool. You design it in 3D, spin it around and look at it from all different angles, then you can drop it into the 2D program and lay out the rings.
I got used to designing in the 2D, and wish you could take it from there and transfer the design into the 3D to get a better idea of hown it will look.
I'll be darned. There's even a button to send it over to the 3d from the 2d. I find it easier to design in the 2d then have a looksee at the 3d than vice versa. Had an e-mail a while back from the fella who sells it at his site. He said they were working on a deal to be able to scan in a shape directly and convert it to a pattern.
Yeah, got it. But shamfully, I admit I don't use it all that much so far.
If I had more time I probably would.
But I'll probably learn more reading from you guyz anyway. Already did, as a matter of fact. :7
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Heck Sonny, you ain't got no use for that thing. With your 'lectrical know how, you gotta be a math wiz so all that stuff oughta be a matter of a couple quick calculations in your head. ;-)
Naw, it is a great piece of software, and I got an e-mail from the folks who make it about a free upgrade to the latest version in which they added importation of scanned images to use as a guide for laying out your dots in the 3d program.