A few days ago I transfered all my artwork files (only artwork folders - not program) from my old computer to my new one.
Since then I get a message when I open CorelDraw (see screenshot) that reads: "Please reconnect the device that has the file location, or choose a new folder. ..."
May be a concidence and that doesn't stop me from working but it's anoying.
I've search around and some say to go to Settings, Global and file location... however (probably because it's the Home & Student version) I don't have much in Global and I do not have default file locations or anything that would hint to such settings.
Thank for your help!
On Menu, Go to Tools, Options, Global. File location, make a new folder for grey or missing folder. such as Symbols. Enumerated Content Type has its own location link.
I do not have any folders grey or missing. I can't understand the logic of why this process is necessary and why an update from Corel can't resolve it.
Corel Content are Bunos Files located in your documents, when the default location was moved or edited, you can reset or create another folder that were missing. Samples below will help.
I don't know if this makes a difference or not, but I am using Mac OS. Also, I don't know what Bunos Files are. I am finding the response from Corel is shameful. Can anybody find a simple solution to this issue?
Bonus Files are Template Files, Icons, ready-made logo and graphics design included in the Package.
It is also for sale separately. It's located in the user's documents as Default location, that's why there is an error if there are changes in the file locations.