Re: D2f files
Think of a D2F as a storage jar, the motifs are the bits you pop in the jar. When you create a motif and use the NEW option, that's creating a D2F storage jar, you give that a name, and then when its open you name the motif to go in it. It's wonderfully simple and so easy to use. In fact it's the best motif maker I have out of all my embroidery digitising programs. But don't keep all your motifs in one D2f file, as the more you make the longer it takes to scroll through them. Split them into types, runstitch, satin stitch, candlewicks, different star shapes, borders, etc. I have 2 experimental D2f folders where I play with various stitch shapes and see how they work as runline or fill motifs. Then when I'm happy with one bring it in as a stamp, then create a motif and save it to one of my D2F categories. Then I open my experiment D2F in the program and delete the original.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
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