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Are you using an embroidery machine and looking for a way to work on existing designs without paying an arm and a leg? And without requiring a Windows PC? With StitchBuddy you can organize, preview, modify, convert, and combine embroidery designs on your Mac. Features: • Rotate, flip, move, or delete selected parts or the entire design • Resize selected parts or the entire design (without adjusting the stitch count) • Copy and paste to duplicate parts, or to combine different designs • Center a design in its hoop • Add basting stitches to fix the underlay • Change individual thread colors, or replace the entire palette • Select from several different manufacturer thread charts • Reorder threads and delete color changes • Display options incl. zooming, 3D stitch display, or stitch structure • Supports millimeters or inches as measurement units • Extensive printer options including actual size templates • Easy export of designs to USB media • Copy designs to the clipboard or drag them to other applications as graphics or text • Multiple levels of Undo while editing • Convert designs between different embroidery formats • Display embroidery files in the Finder, Mail and other apps with Quick Look support • Search with Spotlight for embroideries based on size, number of stitches or colors • Automator actions to convert designs, change thread palettes, and create PDF files • iCloud Drive support Supported import formats (read): • Janome JEF, JEF+, JPX, SEW • Brother PES, PEC • Melco EXP • Tajima DST • Pfaff VP3, KSM, PCS, PCQ, PCD Supported export formats (write) • Janome JEF • Brother PES v1.0 (130 x 180 mm), PEC • Melco EXP • Tajima DST • Pfaff PCS You can test StitchBuddy with all functions for free (saving designs is limited to 1,000 stitches). Unlock this limitation via In-App purchase if you like StitchBuddy and want to support its development ... and please share your experience with others by leaving a rating or review! Additional information, FAQs and video tutorials can be found at StitchBuddy's website.