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Tomasz TMX
Tomasz TMX
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7/21/2016
Tomasz TMX
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Density is changing when I have alone or combine segments together.
I think that density should be the same as log as the value is the same.
Tomasz

edited by Tomasz TMX on 7/21/2016
edited by Tomasz TMX on 7/21/2016

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pulse_keri
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7/25/2016
pulse_keri
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Hello,

We will investigate this and get back to you.

Thank you

Keri
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pulse_keri
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7/28/2016
pulse_keri
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We have looked into this and the developers confirmed that the software is working correctly. When you combine two segments there is one density setting.

Thank you

Keri
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Tomasz TMX
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7/29/2016
Tomasz TMX
Tomasz TMX
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I think you misunderstood my attention.
No matter how many segments are connected.
Density underlay should be the same,as long as the value is the same.
Now If you combine to segments underlay has low stitches = low density. (see picture sample) and PXF
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isilay
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8/1/2016
isilay
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The parallel underlay density value of a combined segment is not getting a value lower than 1.0 mm. In the segment's properties we seem to be able to decrease this value, but it is not decreasing in reality. That is why Tomasz noticed a difference between a combined & single satin path's underlay density values.
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Tomasz TMX
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8/1/2016
Tomasz TMX
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Hi isilay,
In my sample satin have above 1mm, even when you made satin 2mm problem is the same.
Tomasz
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Tomasz TMX
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8/1/2016
Tomasz TMX
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Such a situation should not have a place.
How I use TEXT a few letters have different densities and part of another.
(Is real problem . Now when i should have the same density I must convert Text to segments, then breakup...)
No matter if you have 1 mm wide satin or even 3 mm.
and this thickness range mostly used in lettering.

The situation is only underlay Parallel
edited by Tomasz TMX on 8/1/2016
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Tomasz TMX
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8/22/2016
Tomasz TMX
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I found out that density is change when change type of sequence.
What relation is between type and density?
Shouldn't be the same in both?

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pulse_keri
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8/22/2016
pulse_keri
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Hi, I will look into this and get back to you.

Thank you

Keri
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pulse_keri
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8/23/2016
pulse_keri
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Hello, Thank you for providing more detail on the issue. I have confirmed it and have submitted this to developers.

Thank you
Keri
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