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Welding

lbballoonslbballoons Member Posts: 11
edited December 2010 in General
Thank you all for helping me with my last problem. I used Nelda's suggestion and it instantly solved my problem. Thank you Nelda!! Now, another problem. I just tried welding some names together, Greg, Scott, and Brian. I was able to weld them, but the little circles in the g's, o's, b's, a's, and e's, were eliminated. I tried to cut them out myself, but it looks terrible. How can I weld the letters together without losing those little circles in the letters?

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  • CaseysAngelCaseysAngel Member Posts: 14,967
    you need to copy the innards to your clipbard before welding and then paste them in afterwards and do a join.
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  • iggyloveriggylover Moderator Posts: 11,513
    edited December 2010
    The quick fix for that is to go to: Edit, Shape Magic, Advanced, Fuse n' Weld...
    that will put the middles right back in. :)

    In the picture the red arrows show the way through the edit tab... the blue circle and arrow show the shortcut icon (wrench).
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