How Do I...?
Below are PDF files that show how to do
various software tasks.
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and Save Files: Including
Proprietary files, WIF files, and graphics files
Proprietary files belong to a software program. These are the files that each software program creates for its own use. WIF files are a generic weaving software file. Graphics files are pictures that allow you to design from your own images.
threading, treadling, colors, thickness, etc in the draft.
Preferences: Set the defaults for the software including # of shafts, treadles, displays, etc
Tie-up Tools: In Progress
1. Enter first treadle, generate twill (done)
2. Fill with twills, etc.
3. Manipulate tie-up, quadrants, etc.
4. Rearrange keeping drawdown same.
5. Rearrange changing drawdown.
6. Change face or invert twill.
7. Interactive drawdown. If you click in the drawdown, it changes the tie-up.
NameDrafts: In Progress
Doing a Namedraft is a method of creating an original
draft. You will not see letters.
There are several methods for creating namedrafts.
Namedrafts are usually woven as small overshot patterns.
Namedrafts produce 4-block designs.
‘Let’s do a namedraft.’ will be used to illustrate the various methods.