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December 2, 2009

Fixing the Files while transfering in DS.

As the pages gets dumped in one page while transferring between DS and Gypsy always keep the original copy as PC advises.
In mine the gypsy dumps everything in DS onto one page. In DS I open it ( I can open both .gypsy and .cut here), fix it, then convert and lastly transfer to gypsy. Gypsy receives the files fine.  Also there are problems with slanting and skewing too as the figures are set to 0. So if you have both Gypsy and DS compare the files in both. 
Person's putting up their files please warn and quote with what you originally designed - gypsy or DS so that the users can check the other version. Users please contact the file owners if you have any problem so that they can do the correction.
That said DS makes the job simple as it copies to the exact same location and also selecting is pretty accurate. Just select and copy . Set up a new page and paste. Using the original file as reference copy and then paste to respective pages. Check if the welding choice is ticked wherever needed.
You can also note the skewing/slanting angle on the original and fix it in the respective page of the transfered file.


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