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Since working with Tajima Pulse, some designs do not carry all the .PXF stitch information from the program to the machine when output to the spoiler. If I have worked with a design that I have done a stitch to outline transformation on, or taken a stock design and added text that I have modified via the Properties options, or specifically, done both, I find that the stitch count drops by a significant amount. I would say by 1k on a 14k design for instance, with 14k showing in the program and only 13k transferred to the machine. This particularly happens if I beef up the text for a better result. I have to save the design as a .DST and enter it from a floppy drive to get the full stitch count. My question is: Is there any way to correct for this, some option I'm not checking, or is this a program quirk and I just have to live with it. I have some customer designs that simply refuse to load from the serial cable option, which means that if my drive quits working I'd be SOL with that design. What's the fix?


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Do you notice that sending designs through the spooler are less dense or have stitches missing?  This should not happen.  I would suggest that you contact support and we can connect to your computer to see what is going on.  We may need you to try a few sample designs.


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