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The Inkscape Project opened its first official forum on its website this month (August 2019). https://inkscape.org/forums/ In an effort to combine all the different forums into one, this forum will no longer be accepting new members or new messages. However, it will remain open for a little while, for existing members, to have access to their contents, if they need them.

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Author Topic: Newbie with Cricut  (Read 2355 times)

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Offline susielance

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Newbie with Cricut
« on: August 03, 2013, 05:36:20 AM »
Hi I have a Circuit Expression2 currently working with SCAL cutting svg files, can I use Inkscape as well please, not downloaded it yet.
Looking forward to browsing the forum just in case I decide to buy the Cameo later.
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Re: Newbie with Cricut
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2013, 09:28:40 AM »
Yes, Inkscape works nicely with scal2 .  If you finds .svg file here or elsewhere you can import it into SCAL, you can also create in ink for SCAL.
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Re: Newbie with Cricut
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2013, 12:34:57 PM »
Thank you, Not tried creating my own files yet but hope to have a go when I have got the hang of things. I have been using a big shot & big shot pro for yrs just getting into electric cutting and liked the idea of using files instead of cartridges.
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