martin54 wrote:Very nice, looks like you have made a first class job of it
We had to work much harder making the 'old' two sided projects. With the new methods it's much easier to 'copy to other side' to verify placement. Now that I can visualize the outcome, it'll be easier to verify my two-sided plans.
& yet you still used Michael's individual files to cut it
mtylerfl wrote:Good choice, Gerry! You can always modify the project later with both sides in a single file. Getting the first run done as-is, builds confidence and assures success!
If you ever upgrade to Aspire and want to tackle a “brain teaser” project, try the Peanut Dish project. It looks simple as-is and will come out perfectly as separate files, of course.
That project used several of the new Aspire features at that time, but preceded the new two-sides in one file feature. It was a bit of a bear to figure out a fool-proof layout and the end-User will be blissfully unaware of how much “brain energy” I burned on that one. Now that it’s a load-and-go project, it might seem “simple” now, though (it wasn’t).
That project is an excellent example of how handy it would have been to have had the two-sides in a single file for each segment/section!!
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