V-Carve Wizard suggestio for enhancement

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Postby Phil » Fri May 05, 2006 1:00 am

Hi Paco,
I was wondering if you planned to go to the Vermont Camp Shopbot. My wife and I are going, it's three hours north of where I live in Massachusetts.
I recently found a program called "Knotworker". I've been having a lot of fun creating Cetic Knots, it's very easy and very versatile. I've been able to use Inkscape to convert the Knot designs to a vector for V-Carving. I've carved a few designs and I like the results. This link will take you to the Knotworker site http://goldcup.cjb.net/index.htm
This a 4"x12" panel for a frame in the base of a fireplace.
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Postby dighsx » Tue May 09, 2006 12:06 pm

One feature I would like to have is the ability to scale things without the locked aspect ratio. On the scale tab where it lets you enter an exact size, I'd like to be able to enter the exact size and have an option to keep the aspect ratio locked or not.
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Postby BrianM » Tue May 09, 2006 7:11 pm

Hi Jay,

Version 3 has the abilty to scale without the locked aspect ratio. We are doing another sign show this week here in the U.K which has kept us pretty busy, but hopefully by next week we will put together a post with some of the stuff which is coming in V3 and answer some of the suggestions posted in this thread.

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Postby dighsx » Tue May 09, 2006 7:32 pm

Sounds good Brian and good luck at the show.
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