Loc: Bahia, Brazil
|Posted: 3/13/2013 11:16:31 AM|
Can someone please direct me to directions on how to correctly download cut files from the Two Peas store and them how to get them into my Silhouette Library? I checked out the Digital Forum here which starts out with `helpÃ‚Â´ for newbies but the list of `helpÃ‚Â´is from 2007 and most of the links are broken etc. Excuse me for sounding like an idiot but I really need help. Tried YouTube and more for help and everyplace is different and I can not figure out what will work for me.
Thanks so much everyone, especially biochemipea - just needed to change file type to `all filesÂ´ and it worked!
|Posted: 3/13/2013 12:28:07 PM|
I have the Designer Edition and I just open the Sil program, open the file and drag it onto my Silhouette mat.
|Posted: 3/13/2013 12:33:46 PM|
Once you've downloaded the files onto your computer, you can just open the Silhouette Studio software and select File > Open and then find your downloaded files. Then you can position/resize it within SS if you need to before cutting. HTH!
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Loc: Ontario, Canada
|Posted: 3/13/2013 12:38:08 PM|
If the file isn't a .studio file, then you need to make sure you have "all files" selected in the file type drop down menu.
Or, to be clearer:
file > open
and then at the bottom of the window that opens the very bottom option says "files of type:" and you need to select "all files (*.*)" from the drop down list.
Loc: West Point/Lafayette
|Posted: 3/14/2013 7:26:55 AM|
Ok, forgive me for sounding stupid but I'm new to the Cameo world. What kind of digital files here at 2P's can we use on the Silhouette? I was just looking in the digital store yesterday and didn't see anything that looked like I could use on my Cameo. Can someone link an example to the store for me please?
Loc: Grand Rapids, MI
|Posted: 3/14/2013 7:30:02 AM|Karen-
there are a few specific "cut" items here at Two Peas , but you can also use any of their png forms to "trace" in the Silhouette studio and cut. The possibilities are endless!
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|Posted: 3/14/2013 2:54:26 PM|
You can buy a digital shape, import it into the SIL program and use the trace feature. I am getting double use out of my digital supplies.