To access new fonts on the Chromebook/ChromeOS the process is a little more convoluted than the Windows or iOS devices! See the article here for details on how you can add fonts to the Chromebook ChromeOS that should be made … Continue reading
First of all, let’s start out and state that Chromebooks are not a supported platform for Cricut Design Space. However, there is a way, with some caveats, that you can run Cricut Design Space via the Android app. See the article … Continue reading
Cricut Design Space is now available on all major platforms – Windows (8 and upwards are supported – but Windows 7 does work), Mac OS X, iOS for iPod and iPad and finally Android (5.1 – Lollipop or higher). Chromebooks … Continue reading
Check the handy comparison table on the Cricut support site here for more information!
For the best information on installing and using fonts across all of your devices and applications check out the ultimate guide from Creative Fabrica! Also, check out this AWESOME resource for commercially licensed free fonts! The Ultimate Font Guide
Jumping into the Cricut world can be fraught with questions, frustrations and having to learn the Cricut lingo! The following is a quick start guide to some of the ‘technical’ terms people use when talking about Cricut, Design Space … Continue reading
Want to view your SVG files that you?spend all that time downloading? Windows doesn’t have native support to display SVG thumbnails or SVG images within the preview pane in File Explorer. Luckily you can download and install a program that … Continue reading
If you want to install new fonts to use in your apps on your iOS devices this has now been made possible via an app called AnyFont Installing more fonts will increase your compatibility with other documents and presentations that … Continue reading