Silhouette Studio

Posting this information about the Cameo 3 and in specific the Silhouette Design Studio software that comes with the Cameo. Everything works great, except there is a known issue with the offset panel. The offset distance bar that allows you to move a red cut line only works at .50 inch intervals. This is a problem when trying to fine tune the cut line. 

Contact Silhouette and here is their response which I hope helps people doing a google search for this information:

Thank you for contacting us. My name is Mackenzie and I will be helping you resolve your questions and concerns on this matter. I am very sorry for any frustration encountered. Unfortunately, there is a known issue with the V4 software not allowing you to change the offset by the bar but you can type in the offset measurement and select enter. Also, please try clearing your software preferences. Please note that this procedure will result in the removal of user generated cut settings (blade/thickness/speed settings) and user option selections: 

Mac

  1. Close Silhouette Studio®
  2. Open the Finder
  3. Press [Cmd]+[Shift]+G
  4. Type in ~/Library/Preferences
  5. Press Return
  6. Delete the Folder com.aspexsoftware.Silhouette_Studio with all its sub-content
  7. Empty the Trash
  8. Re-open Silhouette Studio®

PC

  1. Close Silhouette Studio®
  2. Press [Windows]+R on your keyboard simultaneously
    • [Windows] key is between [Ctrl] and [Alt]
  3. In Run window type %appdata%
  4. Press Enter
  5. Delete the Folder com.aspexsoftware.Silhouette_Studio with all its sub-content
  6. Empty the Recycle Bin
  7. Re-open the Silhouette Studio software

Please let us know if you require any further assistance after doing so.

Thank you,
Mackenzie

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