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    Thanks for all your help. I definitely have lots of things to try. I also reached out to my local UL dealer and he told me to check that my machine is in focus. I will let everyone know what I tried and what the results are.

    Thanks again

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    Hmmm, couldn't load/see them in x6

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    That +10% thickness apect of acrylic hit me as a surprise when I bought two sheets of 30mm stuff to rout and laser for a job - and then started the 2nd sheet, and after putting the letters beside each other I could not figure why one was nearly 1/8" thicker than the other - to be told that up to 33mm thickness is to be expected as industrty standard on 30mm sheets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Monaghan View Post
    Hmmm, couldn't load/see them in x6
    I just tried it in X7: copied the .gms files to ProgramFiles/Corel/…/Draw/GMS and restarted X7. Load a drawing, select Tools/Macros/RunMacro, then click on the 'Macros in..." dropdown and select the one you want. I seem to recall in earlier versions all the installed macros showed up under RunMacro, so for no apparent reason things have gotten harder.

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    IIRC, there is something changed in X7 that makes its macros incompatible with earlier versions, or maybe it's vice versa (or both)...

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    I just tried the ProgramFiles/Corel/etc.... location as well as <user>/AppData/Roaming/Corel/CorelDRAW.../Draw/GMS, and X6 couldn't read the file in either location. I think it is an incompatibility between older and newer versions of the program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Monaghan View Post
    IIRC, there is something changed in X7 that makes its macros incompatible with earlier versions, or maybe it's vice versa (or both)...
    I can believe that X7-specific macros won't work in earlier versions, but it's working for me in X7 and hasn't been modified since X4. (I know I skipped X5, now I'm trying to remember if I ever had X6.)
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    Lee, thanks for posting that!
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