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Hello,

I have received an error when trying to upload an svg into Cricut design space. Initially went to a Cricut forum, however I received little aid - seems to be a little too technical for the forum I chose. You guys have been great help with other issues so... I think I am missing something when I export my file from AD. I have attached the file, a pic of the error, & a pic of my export screen. (I have tried to export w/ flatten transforms & relative coordinates, with no luck)

TIA.

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Hi CraftLe@rner! :)

Thanks for your file, firstly the 'Clipping paths' that Cricut is referring to are your vector masks that you've applied to the 3 image layers in your design. If you group these 3 images together, then rasterise the layer into one pixel layer you should find you no longer receive this warning when importing the SVG.

However I'm unable so far to have the Cricut app include this pixel layer when imported - I'm not overly familiar with the Cricut software, is this expected behaviour?

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9 hours ago, Dan C said:

I'm not overly familiar with the Cricut software, is this expected behaviour?

@Dan C, while I am also not overly familiar with Cricut, I can say that nothing it does is expected. The program makes 0 sense to me

If my machine would cut straight from AD I would never use DS again.

But, I will follow the steps you outlined and see what I can come up with from here. 

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So, I can’t seem to get them to work as a unit. However, saving each bitmoji independently I was able to incorporate them into DS with my cup. More of a work around I guess but it works. . . I’m thinking whatever it is doing with this may be part of an issue on a different project I’m working on too. 

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