I must count boxes like 10 times to ensure I'm placing my material on the same exact spot on my mat as it is in Studio. Well, no more because I just discovered Silhouette Studio actually has the boxes numbered. I mean they could make them a little bigger...but they're there!! I'm honestly not sure if this is a feature of the latest version of V3 or if I just never noticed them before (you'll see why in a minute)...
So if you're working in Silhouette Studio and you don't have the grid lines revealed this is what you're work space looks like. Just plain ol' white.
When it's time for lining things up you can reveal the grid lines by sliding over the bar to reveal the cutting mat. The boxes correlate perfectly with Silhouette cutting mat...each square on both the mat and the virtual mat is one square inch.
BUT I just realized that if you look really, really, really closely you can see that the boxes along the top and left side area actually numbered..you just need a microscope or a magnifying glass to see them! I mean any chance you can spare a larger font, SA? ;)
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