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Corel to Omega for output

Discussion in 'Gerber Omega, Graphix Advantage & MacImprint' started by quicksignguy, Jan 10, 2005.

  1. quicksignguy

    quicksignguy Member

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    Corel to Omega for output
    <!-- / icon and title --><!-- message -->Hey, guys I've got an issue with our Omega to Graphtec output for cutting vinyl. I've got a new computer running win XP - I've installed all software from old system (Corel 10, InDesign etc) Just installed Omega 1.56 for cutting vinyl on our Graphtec FC5100-75. The way it was setup before (on older system), I could simply design layout in Corel, export as AI, import into Omega, then output to plotter from there. Now when I import these AI files into Omega, the default color for lines is Red and when I try to output, it gives me error message saying "Gerber Edge file imcompatible with Omega CL" I don't have a clue what that means. I'm not using Gerber Edge. I'm using same export settings in Corel, but not too familiar with all the bells & whistles in Omega. Have you seen this before? Any ideas?

    Thanx,
    Dave :cool:
     
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  2. Dave Stacey

    Dave Stacey Member

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    I'm not that sckooled in Omega. When you select your graphic you can change you fill to NONE.That should change your lines to black & may cut.
    right-click & go to fill,or press 1.
    This may not be what your talking about.
     
  3. quicksignguy

    quicksignguy Member

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    Actually it was one of those stupid, "I forgot to check the box" things. Just a simple click fixed it in the import box "Vinyl only" would have done it. I almost hate getting new computers and then having to go in and re-establish all setting etc. thanx for the info though


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