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October 4, 2010

Gypsy Video - Tip on cutting multiple(like autofill) welded images & copying images in and across page

We know that if we have more than 9 images welded in a page then this slows down the page some. Even if it is one simple weld and you want to to autofill it sometimes gets so slow that you feel like you have hung the gypsy. That's why while going to the swarm - I kept my image unwelded for ATC cards. But what if suppose I just have to do it suppose  if I just want to say autofill a page of welded image. Then here is how I do it without wasting paper or unloading the mat.

9 comments :

Cocoa's Mom said...

Thank you SO much for this tip, Pam. It could not have been more timely! TFS Christine

Mary said...

Great video, Pam! Thanks for the tips. I didn't know that the gypsy could get hung up like that, so that is good to know how to work around it!

flowerdisco said...

Thanks again Pami...I appreciate all your tips.

Dakota Bear said...

Thank you for your usual helpful tips.

The cartridge arrived in the mail on Fiday-Thank you.

Linda said...

Thanks for the tips!

kimmie said...

thank you for the tip pam!!

Java Jen's Creations said...

Wow!! Such a great tutorial and a wonderful help!! Thanks so much!!

scrapqueen141 said...

I have now watched most of your gypsy how to videos and I am so thankful that you posted these!!! I just got my gypsy and now thanks to you I feel like I can really use it! Not only that, I learned something that I didn't know about my DS as well. Thank you so much for taking the time to do all this. I'm definitely a follower now!

BunnyFreak said...

Thanks so much. I hadn't been able to figure out how to copy to a new layer and this helped me figure it out.

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