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  • in reply to: Force freezes while using Letter Delights files #12727
    reallygroovy
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    go figure – after i posted this, its’s working! ughhh! i use mtc and i flattened, turned autosimply on and reversed paths! one of these made a difference.  oh well, it least i am able to purge ahead!

     

    in reply to: unable to communicate with the force #8727
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    well, i finally got it to maintain the steady bluish light but still cannot connect to c3. hope i can get this resolved today. thanks

     

    in reply to: unable to communicate with the force #8726
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    although, i had the bluish tint forever and was unable to secure a connection, after rebooting everything again, i am only getting the green light.  trying to connect via knk recovery and trying to insert my password creates an error – unable to find ip address (not sure if it says find or obtain, it does not accept my password).  this is so frustrating.

    in reply to: unable to communicate with the force #8723
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    thanks sandy.  as of now, i cannot connect to the force at all. the force still has the bluish tint. cannot connect to its assigned ip address or connect to 10.0.0.1.  regarding replacing the blade tool – i followed the instructions to remove blade holder and then replace the blade holder as is prompted in C3.  the blade drug across the mat and the tip broke – i thought it was because there was some programming going on surrounding the  5.22 update and something misfunctioned.  i was going crazy trying to figure out why my blade offsets were not being saved and then i believe i updated and then had the blade problem.  just the one time though.

    in reply to: unable to communicate with the force #8720
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    i have tried: rebooting computer, rebooting force, unseating and reseating wireless card, connecting as standalone, connecting as wireless. the current light on the machine is a soft blue (or soft white). now i am getting an error message:

    NoMethodError at /
    undefined method `to_pattern’ for nil:NilClass
    file: mark_counter.rb location: marks line: 18

    also tried setting the DHCP to off and input typed in my ip address. still no success.

    in reply to: unable to communicate with the force #8719
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    using safari on my iphone and mac. using chrome on my windows laptop. i’ve never had this problem before. thought it might be because of the latest update. just started. i havent been on the force today, but, i will check it out later.  thanks sandy.

    in reply to: Rotary Tool #8160
    reallygroovy
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    just speaking the truth! woo hoo!

     

    in reply to: Rotary Tool #7809
    reallygroovy
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>thank you darrel! so glad you are on board with knk. you are quick to answer on facebook and on this site! you are an asset to this company! cutterpunk rocks!</p>

    in reply to: Calibrating the Force’s Sizing Resolution #5526
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    hurray! got the issue resolved.  spoke with ron, who, by the way, is great!  anyway, in case anyone has this issue, i thought i would post the solution.  i realized that my paper was moving on the x axis crooked.  reason being was that my pinch wheels were not aligned under the grey tab (rough rollers below the pinch wheels).  although, i probably installed them with the wheels under the grey tabs, i think i may have moved one of them because i was thinking “adjustable pinch wheels” and it should be ok.  anyway, the moral of the story is that you can move your pinch wheels anywhere, but, in order to not have any skewing, make sure your pinch wheels are aligned under the grey tab otherwise your cuts/drawings/embossing/ etc. will be off.  ron explained that the pinch wheels and the rough roller grips your mat/paper which secures it in the machine.  makes perfect sense! happy cutting!

    in reply to: Calibrating the Force’s Sizing Resolution #5475
    reallygroovy
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    perfect! thanks chad. will call and ask for ron.

    in reply to: Calibrating the Force’s Sizing Resolution #5468
    reallygroovy
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    i lowered the cs to 20 and also lowered it to 15.  same results.  the vertical lines are not equal in length.

    in reply to: Calibrating the Force’s Sizing Resolution #5460
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    thanks for the quick response chad.  i am drawing on one of the cutting mats i received with the force.  cs=25, cd=35, bo=0.0, cpo=0.0.  the vertical lines are off.  the lines at the left upper corner of the square do not quite intersect.  it appears that the upper horizontal line slopes downward (right to left) in order to intersect with the upper right vertical line.  the pattern width and the pattern height are both at 10″.  i made my own square with mtc using the square shape and i also used the sizing calibration svg.  i tried it several times and had the same result.  the units on the force is set to inches and the belt and wheel resolution are both set to 1.0.

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