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    Working on a design inside an oval rope pattern, and I wanted to create a 'tie down' walk normal stitch to make patches first.
    Using the 'shapes' tool I created an oval, then went to 'change element type' to get the walk normal. Bang...instant program shut down. Even tried it by making the oval, then 'save', then convert-and again, crash! And when I restart DS9, it doesn't show the saved page...I have to 'open' it from in the program. Tried half a dozen times.
    Is this another glitch in OS 9?
    Roland

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    That's strange. I tried it and it seems like the program crashes with the circle, oval & rectangle shapes. I didn't try the fill ones though. It didn't crash when I checked "edge" rather than "input line" for the oval, but then you've got an extra line you have to get rid of. I also tried both "add" & "replace," but both times it crashed.

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    Has anyone found a solution for this? My XTS does it as well.

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