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jak10
Posted 2017-05-04 10:29 AM (#92027)
Subject: Bust point in curves


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After my motherboard died and now a new computer, I put new measurements in my programs and all seemed fine, but in Curves, the bust point is entered on the chart for 8.25, but on the patterns, it is about an1.25 inches from center front. I looked for input errors, but can find nothing. Am I missing something. I don't believe it was that way before. JoAnn
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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2017-05-04 10:50 AM (#92028 - in reply to #92027)
Subject: RE: Bust point in curves



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You will need to send the style summary to support@wildginger.com so we can take a look.
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jak10
Posted 2017-05-08 3:06 PM (#92029 - in reply to #92028)
Subject: RE: Bust point in curves


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I don't plan to make a bra so I took out the measurements for that and now the bust point in an active wear top is correct at 8.25. However I was now in PMB6 and have done a fitting top and a blouse and all is well, but today I wanted to do jackets and---- my front length is 13.44 and my back length is 16, but it will only give me a back length of 15.2 something. This is the same measurement chart as for the other 2. Tthe neck is flat and even if I raise it, I can't get it up to the height I need. Could you please check that yours is working correctly? Thanks. JoAnn
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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2017-05-08 4:39 PM (#92030 - in reply to #92029)
Subject: RE: Bust point in curves



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You will need to send the summary to support@wildginger.com. We cannot check your issue without the summary.
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jak10
Posted 2017-05-09 9:55 AM (#92035 - in reply to #92030)
Subject: RE: Bust point in curves


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how do I send the summary? I didn't find the reference to it, although I am sure it is there someplace. JoAnn
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Karen - Tech Support
Posted 2017-05-09 1:47 PM (#92037 - in reply to #92027)
Subject: Re: Bust point in curves



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Hi

You will find the summary in c pmcurves6. Summaries. Attach to an email.
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