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March 10, 2010

What I would like to see in the Gypsy

apart from better structural quality that is... LOL. Hate when some one reports that a port or a piece has fallen in.
But apart from that  I think 

  1. They should make a Gypsy a little bit like design studio giving the user the option of linking cartridges or not. If we do not link then they should allow us to plug the cartridge in the cricut and cut and if we link then no cartridge needed. That way we need not be fearful that we can't sell the cartridge and be reluctant to use the gypsy. This is I think a gain gain situation for PC too.
  2.  It sure needs hide contour feature.
  3. A way to switch off open template as it gets to be a real chaos after page 5
  4. And of course a fix for the multipage dump in CDS etc and a proper file conversion.
  5. Reliable updates. I have enough adventures in my life and do not want to live dangerously through my Gypsy - ha ha
  6. Faster welding as it is slow as a snail. Can't say tortoise as that tortoise went and won the race :) but this one... just a snail - ahh  well .. a snail too has a hard nice protective shell doesn't it? and our G breaks easily so what can it be.......(thinking here) what is a snail without shell called... got it !!..SLUG.  
When some of these are fixed oh what fun the G will be but till then :(

4 comments :

Melissa said...

AMEN!

Bobbi said...

Thank you! PC listen to Pam

My Creative Time said...

you said it!!! Thanks! I agree:)
hugs,
Emma:)

Dana said...

I agree with all, especially the hide contour (I was looking EVERYWHERE for it!) and linking cartridges. I have another request for the Gypsy/CDS: while hovering over any of the creative feature buttons (shadow, blackout, etc), I wish it would indicate WHAT that creative feature was!!!

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