Design help

I have a design that I need help with geting all the little lines out so that my macheane doesn’t cut them… I have silhouette machean and softwere… could someone explain to me how to do this in english! I am realy new when it comes to this stuff. not scared to admit it because it will safe time and confusion… LOL :smile:

@Marsha_P you’ve come to the right place for help! I’m unfortunately not familiar with Silhouette so I am of no help. But I wanted to drop you a note and encourage you not to give up. Being its a holiday weekend a lot of people are probably away.

Hi Marsha,
We’d be happy to take a look at this for you. Can you contact support at mail@fontbundles.net so that we can take a look at the file?

When in Studio if you use the node tool you can get rid of unwanted nodes.

You will want to make sure the image is ungrouped first. To do this right click on the image and choose ungroup from the menu.

Next you will select your node tool in the left panel. You can click on the nodes you want to remove. You can remove them by right clicking on the node and choosing “delete point” from the menu or you can press the delete key on your keyboard.

Hope this helps, if you have any questions let us know :smiley:

your reply is muchly appreciated… and thanks for your honesty :slight_smile:

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thank you I will try this

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You’re welcome :slight_smile: If you have any trouble let me know.

HI… that wasn’t the solution… that just made my horizontal lines come together… if that makes sense to you…i need the line to be thick enough to cut…

it sais deleate point then deleatsthe whole little callum I have

you know when you are using fonts and you get them to touch but want to connect them so that when you are cutting the design out it doesn’t cut the letter… those are the little lines I want to get ride of… how do you do that…I saw it on U tube but can’t seem to find it again

do you see those little verticle lines? I need to get ride of them… the lines surounding the pub I want to make bigger and smooth them out some how but one problem at a time

Marsha
Are you talking about these short lines?