I was about to engrave some text and when I looked at the preview, some of the lines had shifted sideways between the characters. It engraved the same way (on some scrap material!). I tried converting the text to curves; it didn’t change. Then I reversed that change (so it was text again), reduced the font size a tiny bit and it went away.
I’d tell you which version of Lightburn I’m on but for the life of me I can’t see it! I’m one or two behind though as I have been a bit chicken to upgrade after the Mac weirdness a month or two ago. I acknowledge this may have been fixed already, but thought I’d point it out.
Ah; thanks for telling me where to find the version!
Lightburn: LightBurn 0.9.20, built Sat 2020-12-19 @ 18:42
Mac: 13" MacBook Pro M1, MacOS 11.2.3, 16GB
Thunder: see attached; I assume this is what you meant?
Ruida: RDLC-V8.07.65. (from ‘get controller info’ in Lightburn; is this right?)
This was the first job I ran today. Fresh file in Lightburn. I’d opened another file that used the same material as I was about to use, so it would drop in the cut/engrave settings I needed. Started a new file, drew a box, wrote the text. I put some radius curves on the box. That was it; very simple. Checked preview and saw the lines.
Cut layer (box): 21mm/s, 60%
Engrave layer (text): 350mm/s, 80% max 8% min with power scale 8 in shape properties. 0.04 Line interval.
Thank you for this update. We would like to see a file that does this if you are willing to share here. If private, send to email@example.com and include a link to this post for context. The dev team has seen this, but a very long time ago, and thought we’d resolved it. Looks like we still have some issues and would like to look at a file that is doing this for you, so we can dig in a bit deeper with a known file.