When I first leaned that a pause feature had been added I thought great, just what we need to help with fine detail cuts. I wanted to make a detailed decal using tacky shelf paper. It is a two stage approach. One is to cut out certain parts then second run a score that only cuts through the vinyl but not the sticky backing. Then use tape to lift the vinyl and place on a model. Remove the tape then BAM!!.. done.
So here is the issue… When working on the fine cuts the material left behind can often lift and move into other areas of the job due to fan air flow across the surface. So when this happens it can fall across an area that needs to be lightly scored. This screws up the entire job due to not scoring or cutting through depending on the action.
I had a large piece move over a score line… So I hit pause so as to remove the offending piece. I assumed that I could life the lid then resume the job.
NOPE!!! it reset the entire job… SO GF… PLEASE allow one to pause then lift the lid make a change, whatever then close the lid and hit pause again to continue… Otherwise PAUSE is pretty much useless unless you want to pause to for a smoke, answer the door bell or similar. Its a really simple fix and would make the PAUSE feature very useful. Hope someone will take action on this… ThanksSide Dragon Vector.pdf (35.8 KB)