The first function that I looked for was the customization tools and I don’t see them. Any help would be most appreciated.
This new version for Mac is missing several features that the windows side has. You CAN'T customize your tools, shortcuts, etc. You can't import a workspace. I ask tech support for this and really they didn't know how even though they said try this and when I did it still didn't work. It's sad that there are several tools missing from this new release. It's like they decided to release it at 75% completion and yet ask for people to pay the full amount. They may be thinking that we are just complaining blah blah blah and that people that have not used Corel will like it but what those new people buying Corel don't know is all the tools they are missing and eventually may go back to Adobe. So SAD!!
Instead of Corel Website Creator that doesn't seem included, simple go to Google or bing and search for Microsoft Expression Web. (Professional and way better than the Website Creator to be fully honest. And which I used to build and manage plenty websites with. ) They released it for free use legally several years ago nowm and it's a great website program, if your into programs similar to Dreamweaver
I AM SORRY BUT THIS IS NOT TRUE! I just received an email from tech support today basically stating that they knew there were going to be missing items from this version. There is no customization section at all aside from other items missing. Basically this is 75% of what the windows version is. New Corel Slogan: Buy coredraw for Mac for $500 yet you'll have only 75% of what the windows version has. Funny but true!
As I said before, I understand that customization is very important, for both you and me, I use it a lot to speed up my daily work. But, being objective, most users do not modify the program, and those who do just add some icons. I do not use Mac, and I still have not had chance to try it, but it's obvious that both those who developed the program an tested it knew that option was not active.
Anyway, overall it seems to me much more important that you can not execute VBA macros, than can be customized. I can live without customizing the program, but it would be much harder for me to work without some of the macros I use regularly.
However, I do not feel that the program is "incomplete" for that reason. It's like buying an electric car and discovering that it does not have air conditioning. Yes, it's important, but the advantage is that it's electric, that's what makes it different. In this case, what makes it important, different and special, is that it works on Mac. The rest are secondary details that will be corrected over time.