Editing Inclination and Split Lines (Inspire, Plus, Luxe) | Chroma Digitizing Software

Editing Inclination and Split Lines (Inspire, Plus, Luxe) | Chroma Digitizing Software


in this video I want to go over editing
inclinations the inclination is the direction of your stitch let’s look at a
simple shape here this is a complex fill if I look at my shape tool I then see
this yellow line that’s the inclination so all of my dirt
my stitches are going in this direction I can edit this depending on your
preference or really what makes most sense in this shape you have a lot of
flexibility now let’s look at a different stitch type so let’s look at a
satin stitch and I’m just gonna make sort of an interesting shape here so if
we click on our shape tool here this looks pretty good since I have this
slant I can keep it slanted at the top and the bottom or if I want I can keep
them all running perfectly left to right now if you want to edit an inclination
this one’s actually going up and down you can you can delete them as well
I don’t really need this many so I can delete some if it makes sense and you’re
just right clicking on the black dot and deleting them to edit the path let’s say
I wanted them all to be a little bit slanted in this way you can right click
and it will edit the path so they’re going left to right up until here and
then it changes now let’s say I wanted to add what’s called a split line if I
right click on the side of my shape I can choose add split
line and what this will do is will create you a blue line and that will
let’s look at that will create a split between these stitches so since I have
the top half going diagonally and the bottom half going left and right it does
have a gap here split if I wanted them to just gradually shift then I don’t
want this split line here okay so I can right click and delete see how
that changed it okay that is changing inclination x’ and using split lines

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