I just got the Mac version and it is like learning new software I don't understand why we can not customize the tool bars as need it I understand that some shortcut will be a problem but I need my icons on the tool bars.
Illustrator an Photoshop are able to do it, how can we do it in CorelDraw?
Help me please?
I read the answer form Gerard and that didn't say anything. Thats like you going to the mechanic after buying a new car and asking why does it make that noise and they say oh well because it just does.
I could not find anything in Corel draw showing how to customize your tools. Thats why I keep saying that this is extremely dissatisfying!!! especially for the price they are asking. I rather keep using windows in parallels and using Corel in that system. besides it runs faster. its super sad that Corel didn't take their time to do things right.
"Because this is a brand new product built from the ground up to be Mac native and to follow the Apple design guidelines, there will be other differences with the Windows product such as some shortcut keys, the fact that you cannot undock the inspector or custom workspaces. You will also benefit from OS integration such as Dark Mode or best-of-class TouchBar support."
Nothing like being absolutely clear and unequivocal is there. Gerard alludes to it, but its been left to others to extract the information, (see other posts), no you cannot customise the workspace.
Corel now need to 'fess up and make it clear why and what their intentions are for the future.
I'd say that was a pretty high priority. PDQ. The efficiencies of CorelDraw are vastly improved by the users ability to streamline the UI to particular requirements.
I received an email from tech support at Corel admitting that they knew those options were not going to be available. COREL! WHY WOULD YOU SELL A PRODUCT THAT YOU KNOW IS NOT COMPLETE?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
Even in it's incomplete form, it's probably still good enough to impress the kind of user who is raving about Serif's Affinity Designer. But I wonder if they will be willing to pay the cost of Coreldraw when they can get Affinity Designer for $50.00. People who need Coreldraw for real productivity are going to keep using it with Parallels Desktop.
at least affinity designer doesn't make the cpu get over heated like Corel does. I just select the typing tool and being typing and my Mac starts to turn on the fans to cool down the cpu. next thing I know is that my cpu activity is through the roof and there is nothing else running. now if I use Corel in the windows side under parallels my fans barely turn on and I am doing some nice renderings. again Corel performance very bad. they need to fix this version.
I'm interested in the MAC configurations that are suffering slow down. Are any of these devices using AND processors or AMD graphics cards?