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Re: New 15000

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

Absolutely. The Top of Line machine has to do it all!

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, doherty4@... wrote:

So, I know what "assume" can do [;)] - but can we assume that the
15000 is a sewing-embroidery machine combo?!
Deb (Ky)
--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, Debbie wrote:

Also found this flyer that mentions it in last paragraph.
http://www.janomeflyer.com/horizon-sewing-machines/

Debbie


Re: Apple App Store

Diane Hiller <dhiller@...>
 

If this is true & a new Quilting/Embroidery machine is going to be introduced, I for one am very disappointed in Janome.  They are not catering to those that just want  a stand alone single needle embroidery machine capable of doing  larger pieces.   A lot of us would like a machine updated from the 350 but not wanting to go multi needle.  I for one refuse to pay these outlandish prices for a multifunctional machine.  Think I may have to look at Brother/Baby Lock for my next embroidery machine.  
Diane Hiller


Re: Embroidering

maggie cooper
 

I use a silicon lubricant spray SL50, and apply a thin spritz of it to the back of my stabiliser. It prevents gummed up needles or threads, helps the thread and needle to exit the stabiliser more smoothly and is far less expensive to use than the silicon impregnated stabilisers a well known range of stabilisers offers to the home embroiderer. It's extremely effective.
Maggie Cooper.

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, Sandy <scs500k@...> wrote:

This may be a "no-no" by some peoples' standard, but I use a trace of vaseline rubbed on my needle as I had this issue with Floriani's Wet N Gone. Sandy in Dallas




Re: updating Dig MBX and dongle driver

maggie cooper
 

The V4.0q has a few small background repairs in it, which unless you've been one that has suffered from the minor mistakes, and you don't need the hoops etc for the 9900 you don't have to worry about. I have to say though I keep my program updated.
The dongle driver is usually effected by the last windows major update, so if you find MBX wont launch after an OS update, you need to download the current driver for your OS. There are times when the driver gets it's knickers in a twist and downloading the correct driver for your OS will cure that. I also keep my dongle driver updated as well.

When Janome/Wilcom upload a new update they include the most current drivers, but they aren't ''seers'' so can't release drivers for new OS updates, we have to do that, and not just for Janome software and dongle, but our graphic display cards, printers, mouse, sound cards, Windows doesn't supply them.
Maggie Cooper.

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, "suerevere@..." <srevere@...> wrote:

Do you feel there is any need to update my Digitizer MBX from V4.0M R2 2 August 2012 (171-6896) to the 4.0Q if I am not using MC9900 nor using Win 8?

Dongle driver -- I can't remember when I've updated it last. I do not want to install or re-install over it if it's the most current. How can you tell which driver version you are running? Is it tied to the Digitizer version or is it a separate item?

Thanks,
Sue R


Re: New 15000

Richard and Debra
 

So, I know what "assume" can do  - but can we assume that the 15000 is a sewing-embroidery machine combo?!

Deb (Ky)

--- In janome12000@..., Debbie wrote:
>
> Also found this flyer that mentions it in last paragraph.
> http://www.janomeflyer.com/horizon-sewing-machines/
>
> Debbie
>


Re: updating Dig MBX and dongle driver

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

It's generally best to keep your Digitizer updated to the latest version. Janome doesn't always list everything in an update, so even though it suggests you only need it for the 9900 there is a possibility of it containing fixes for bugs you haven't seen. It shouldn't take more than 15 minutes or so, well worth the effort.

The dongle driver version can be determined from the Device Manager screen, which is an option on Control Panel. From there you can click on the HASP device and see the driver details. As long as the dongle driver isn't causing you problems, there's no compelling need to update it. If things get wonky, that would be a good place to start, but I don't think you need to update it just for the sake of updating.

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, "suerevere@..." <srevere@...> wrote:

Do you feel there is any need to update my Digitizer MBX from V4.0M R2 2 August 2012 (171-6896) to the 4.0Q if I am not using MC9900 nor using Win 8?

Dongle driver -- I can't remember when I've updated it last. I do not want to install or re-install over it if it's the most current. How can you tell which driver version you are running? Is it tied to the Digitizer version or is it a separate item?

Thanks,
Sue R


updating Dig MBX and dongle driver

suerevere@ymail.com
 

Do you feel there is any need to update my Digitizer MBX from V4.0M R2 2 August 2012 (171-6896) to the 4.0Q if I am not using MC9900 nor using Win 8?

Dongle driver -- I can't remember when I've updated it last. I do not want to install or re-install over it if it's the most current. How can you tell which driver version you are running? Is it tied to the Digitizer version or is it a separate item?

Thanks,
Sue R


Re: Removing Digitizer MB

edw9192003@...
 

Sorry Cheryl that I wasn't clear. I am selling my old program
and installing a new program, not an update.
Thanks,
Margaret

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, "Cheryl" <capaul@...> wrote:

Margaret,

You didn't say if you were upgrading to Digitizer MBX. If you are upgrading to Digitizer MBX, your old dongles will be made useless as they are needed for you to get a newer version. If you are just selling the program and not doing anything about an upgrade, your dongle from Digitizer MB will work fine for the person you sell to.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Apple App Store

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

You're right about the 200 colors. Even 78 is too many for a single needle machine. And yes, the iOS 6 will eliminate the first version iPad. That one cannot update past iOS 5.1. All others, including iPad Mini, will be OK.

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, "pinguin60@..." <pinguin60@...> wrote:

Who would want to change the thread color 200 times?
Clever digitizers use the stitch direction to create different shades of
a color.
So for me that is not a selling point.

I also noticed that you need IOS 6 for this app and my I-pad-1 doesn't
have 6.

Gerda


Op 12-08-13 20:30, Jim_Stutsman schreef:

I don't have an opinion yet. How can we, since we know only a tiny bit
of information? We know it has built-in WiFi and supports up to
200,000 stitches and 200 colors per design. Beyond that we know
nothing until the 25th.

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com
<mailto:janome12000%40yahoogroups.com>, Fmjfrazier@ wrote:

Jim:

What is your honest opinion about this machine and an upgrade to the
15,000?

A few things to think about.

Without wireless connection e.g. no cable this is not beneficial.

I see a few new designs but most everyone has a computer so unless
you have
an apple I see nothing that would make me change what I already have.

Virginia


In a message dated 8/12/2013 8:13:13 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
jim@ writes:




Here's the direct link:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/acuedit/id663694192?mt=8

--- In _janome12000@yahoogroups.com
<mailto:_janome12000%40yahoogroups.com>_
(mailto:janome12000@yahoogroups.com
<mailto:janome12000%40yahoogroups.com>)
, "penneyippen" <mrsippen@> wrote:

Apple did not pull this app I found this morning August 12.at 730 am
eastern daylight. You must spell it correctly acuedit and it pops
right up as
the only app


Re: Apple App Store

Pinguin
 

Who would want to change the thread color 200 times?
Clever digitizers use the stitch direction to create different shades of a color.
So for me that is not a selling point.

I also noticed that you need IOS 6 for this app and my I-pad-1 doesn't have 6.

Gerda


Op 12-08-13 20:30, Jim_Stutsman schreef:

 

I don't have an opinion yet. How can we, since we know only a tiny bit of information? We know it has built-in WiFi and supports up to 200,000 stitches and 200 colors per design. Beyond that we know nothing until the 25th.

--- In janome12000@..., Fmjfrazier@... wrote:
>
> Jim:
>
> What is your honest opinion about this machine and an upgrade to the
> 15,000?
>
> A few things to think about.
>
> Without wireless connection e.g. no cable this is not beneficial.
>
> I see a few new designs but most everyone has a computer so unless you have
> an apple I see nothing that would make me change what I already have.
>
> Virginia
>
>
> In a message dated 8/12/2013 8:13:13 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> jim@... writes:
>
>
>
>
> Here's the direct link:
> https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/acuedit/id663694192?mt=8
>
> --- In _janome12000@..._ (mailto:janome12000@...)
> , "penneyippen" wrote:
> >
> > Apple did not pull this app I found this morning August 12.at 730 am
> eastern daylight. You must spell it correctly acuedit and it pops right up as
> the only app
> >
>



Re: Apple App Store

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

I don't have an opinion yet. How can we, since we know only a tiny bit of information? We know it has built-in WiFi and supports up to 200,000 stitches and 200 colors per design. Beyond that we know nothing until the 25th.

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, Fmjfrazier@... wrote:

Jim:

What is your honest opinion about this machine and an upgrade to the
15,000?

A few things to think about.

Without wireless connection e.g. no cable this is not beneficial.

I see a few new designs but most everyone has a computer so unless you have
an apple I see nothing that would make me change what I already have.

Virginia


In a message dated 8/12/2013 8:13:13 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
jim@... writes:




Here's the direct link:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/acuedit/id663694192?mt=8

--- In _janome12000@yahoogroups.com_ (mailto:janome12000@yahoogroups.com)
, "penneyippen" <mrsippen@> wrote:

Apple did not pull this app I found this morning August 12.at 730 am
eastern daylight. You must spell it correctly acuedit and it pops right up as
the only app


Re: Should I have done something differently?

Carl Fuller
 

Rest in knowing you did a great job and give it to someone on a galloping horse. No one will notice. Otherwise, just the first part. Great job.

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, "Jeanne" <jeannie_h@...> wrote:

I finished up a purse this week-end for a friend. I turned the project right side out and hand basted the top edge before giving it a good press. Then I used the serpentine stitch instead of just a straight stitch to finish off the top edge and hold everything together. That stitch is positively beautiful! I couldn't have asked for anything better. My question, though is this: Should I have lightened the pressure of the presser foot before stitching all these thick layers together? The top edge is now "indented" a bit where the stitching is. Of course, no one on a galloping horse would spot this -- I tend to over analyze and strive for perfection. What would you do?


Re: Removing Digitizer MB

Cheryl Paul
 

Margaret,

You didn't say if you were upgrading to Digitizer MBX. If you are upgrading to Digitizer MBX, your old dongles will be made useless as they are needed for you to get a newer version. If you are just selling the program and not doing anything about an upgrade, your dongle from Digitizer MB will work fine for the person you sell to.

Cheryl - Saskatoon

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, "Jim_Stutsman" <jim@...> wrote:

Start by uninstalling using the Add/Remove Programs option in Control Panel. Then use Windows Explorer to completely remove the Digitizer MB folder. It's on the C drive, possibly in the Program File folder. There's no problem with the dongle - it's just a chunk of hardware like the key to a car. The new owner does not have to do anything, other than go to the Janome website to download updates after installing from the DVD.

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, edw9192003@ wrote:

I started with Digitizer Pro then upgraded to Digitizer MB using the Upgrade V2.0-V3.0. I want to completely remove that program from my
computer, but want to make sure that the Dongle will still be usable when I sell it to someone else. How do I do that so I don't loose the Dongle? Will the new owner have to register?
Thanks,
Margaret


Re: Embroidering

Sandy
 

This may be a "no-no" by some peoples' standard, but I use a trace of vaseline rubbed on my needle as I had this issue with Floriani's Wet N Gone. Sandy in Dallas



From: "Fmjfrazier@..."
To: janome12000@...
Sent: Sunday, August 11, 2013 12:37 PM
Subject: Re: [janome12000] Re: Embroidering

 
I have had issues with Sulky Sticky, gumming up my needle, but find that Nancy Notions brand WASE and Jenny Haskins brand do not give me that issue.
 
Sulky advised me (even though they replaced the stabilizer with whatever I wanted) if we live in a humid climate or the stabilizer is kept in a humid warm place the stabilizer will get sticky and they suggested to keep it in the freezer for a while before using it.
 
Virginia



Re: surprise!

Debbie <dbrhlngls@...>
 

Also found this flyer that mentions it in last paragraph.
http://www.janomeflyer.com/horizon-sewing-machines/

Debbie


Re: Removing Digitizer MB

edw9192003@...
 

Thanks you for the info.
I now have the full version of Digitizer MBX(new in the box) which I will be installing on my PC using Windows 7 and my laptop using Windows 8.
I do know that I have to go the Janome site and download a driver for
the Windows 8.

thanks again
Margaret

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, "Jim_Stutsman" <jim@...> wrote:

Start by uninstalling using the Add/Remove Programs option in Control Panel. Then use Windows Explorer to completely remove the Digitizer MB folder. It's on the C drive, possibly in the Program File folder. There's no problem with the dongle - it's just a chunk of hardware like the key to a car. The new owner does not have to do anything, other than go to the Janome website to download updates after installing from the DVD.


Re: Apple App Store

Virginia
 

Jim:
 
What is your honest opinion about this machine and an upgrade to the 15,000?
 
A few things to think about.
 
Without wireless connection e.g. no cable this is not beneficial.
 
I see a few new designs but most everyone has a computer so unless you have an apple I see nothing that would make me change what I already have.
 
Virginia
 

In a message dated 8/12/2013 8:13:13 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, jim@... writes:
 

Here's the direct link:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/acuedit/id663694192?mt=8

--- In janome12000@..., "penneyippen" wrote:
>
> Apple did not pull this app I found this morning August 12.at 730 am eastern daylight. You must spell it correctly acuedit and it pops right up as the only app
>


Should I have done something differently?

Jeanne
 

I finished up a purse this week-end for a friend. I turned the project right side out and hand basted the top edge before giving it a good press. Then I used the serpentine stitch instead of just a straight stitch to finish off the top edge and hold everything together. That stitch is positively beautiful! I couldn't have asked for anything better. My question, though is this: Should I have lightened the pressure of the presser foot before stitching all these thick layers together? The top edge is now "indented" a bit where the stitching is. Of course, no one on a galloping horse would spot this -- I tend to over analyze and strive for perfection. What would you do?


Re: Apple App Store

Jim_Stutsman <jim@...>
 

--- In janome12000@yahoogroups.com, "penneyippen" <mrsippen@...> wrote:

Apple did not pull this app I found this morning August 12.at 730 am eastern daylight. You must spell it correctly acuedit and it pops right up as the only app


Apple App Store

penneyippen
 

Apple did not pull this app I found this morning August 12.at 730 am eastern daylight. You must spell it correctly acuedit and it pops right up as the only app