Here's how my design looked in Silhouette Studio. Totally looks like the lines are there, filled in, and will print, right? That's what you'd think...
The problem is the line actually has no weight to it. I know that because unless I manually change it, the Studio default settings give lines a '0' weight as indicated by the "Line Thickness."
To get the lines (those that are simply straight lines or those that are part of a shape like the squares) to print, you need to plump up their thickness. On every line I changed the thickness to ".05" And now the lines will print.
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