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Wilcom 9.0 Why sometimes there is no continuous pattern segmentation on the toolbar

Asked by: John Ward 182 views Software September 25, 2018

Wilcom 9.0 Why sometimes there is no continuous pattern segmentation on the toolbar

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  1. +5Votes  

    How to use pattern continuous and repeated segmentation

    Use pattern continuous and repeated segmentation Click the pattern repeatedly and repeat the segmentation ( Stitch Type Toolbar )  to apply this effect to New or selected object. You can divide the pattern repeatedly for input method  A, input method B, input method C, compound pin and circle /  loop object. The current pattern continuous iteration split value is set in the fill stitch mark of the object properties dialog box. You can adjust them before or after using this effect. Click the pattern repeatedly with the mouse to repeatedly divide the icon.  ! The set value is continuously and repeatedly divided based on the current pattern, and the pattern is repeatedly divided and the embroidery will be used for the new object or the selected object. Tips  Open TrueView(TM) or click the Show Stitch Point icon with your mouse to see the effect of continuous pattern splitting. Select the pattern to repeat the pattern repeatedly. Right-click the pattern and repeat the segmentation repeatedly ( Stitch Type Toolbar )  to select the pattern to repeat the pattern repeatedly. You can select different patterns from the object properties dialog for continuous pattern segmentation. You can select a pattern before or after digitizing the object. Note  To get a sample of a complete set of table of contents, see the pattern to repeatedly split the sample. 1 Right-click the pattern with the mouse and repeat the split icon continuously. The object attribute  > The needle stitch mark is turned on. Select Pattern 2 Select the desired pattern from the Pattern drop-down list. Display a preview of the pattern. 3 Click OK to confirm with the mouse.

    Sandra Carter- September 25, 2018 |

  2. +4Votes  

    Click the pattern repeatedly with the mouse to repeatedly split ( Stitch Type Toolbar )  to apply this effect to new or selected objects.

    Angela- September 25, 2018 |

  3. +2Votes  

    1 Right-click the pattern and repeatedly divide the icon repeatedly with the mouse. The object attribute  > The needle stitch mark is turned on. Select Pattern 2 Select the desired pattern from the Pattern drop-down list. Display a preview of the pattern. 3 Click OK to confirm with the mouse.

    Richard- September 25, 2018 |