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    One of the big "Ah Ha!" moments in art or design school is when the whole concept of negative space kicks in, along with the realization that it's been hiding in plain sight for years without...
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    What exactly do you mean by the negative and the positive shapes? As I said before I am not a professional. This is my first use of the Illustrator and a logo creation. Well don't count my old one that...
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    Is it a good or a bad thing ? -...
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    Why because you didn't like what you were told?
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    Okay, you took all my points and ran with them.

    Your solution isn't exactly what I would have done, but then again, it shouldn't be. You might want to experiment around a bit more to refine...
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  • Need Onyx Help

    Okay, I'm trying to rip a file with cutcontours. I have the file (eps) with a second layer. The second layer has a stroke in pure magenta and at .25 width, tracing the required cut path for the plotter. However when I rip them in Onyx all three files give me an error in the console. "RefID 74d4730c! = RefID 000000001".

    It kicks out the projects and doesn't give me it in the que or anywheres. I have experienced this in the past and Onyx tech had never heard of it, in other words, they were just as helpful as always. (read:not helpful). I have utilized CutContour and it has worked in the past.

    Can any of you large format printers or prepress guys help out a fellow?
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  • #2
    Never mind. The gd gave me an rgb formatted pic and onyx needs it to be CMYK, apparently...
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    • #3
      I retract that last statement. it worked on only one of them, but not the other two. Any help??
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      • #4
        wow, i think i did figure it out. I turned on the marks, print info before I submitted it. I had those on, since this is a color test. However when I didn't turn on the print info, it RIPPED just fine. And I was able to add those marks afterwards with no problems.
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        • #5
          What version of Onyx are you using?
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          • #6
            6.5

            It seems that if I submit the artwork and turn on the crop marks and info before I submit it fails, but if I do it after, it's fine. Strange bug, that even Onyx has never heard of.
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            • #7
              its always great when you find the one bug that effects your file

              Version 7 will be out next month maybe it will fix the problem
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              • #8
                this is the only onyx I know of...hes old school

                Tapp-d
                "I has puter, I isam dsgna?!"

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                • #9
                  I just got that cd and now its old school damn times change to fast
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