I do understand that there was much labor invested to create this Mac-Version, and that they want to make some money with it.
And I understand, it might be a "new" / adapted product, which does not yet run as wished.
But especially under those circumstances, not yet running perfectly, they should have offered a sound licensing model. And with those shortcomings, I guess the only fair way would be a cross platform license. So one could jump back and forward, and migrated more and more, the more the bugs are worked out. And if something would not work on the new (Mac) Version, one could get at least the job done with the Windows Version.Or at least offer the multi-platform version at a heavily discounted price.But charging loyal customers, whom they already got money from, the same as people who never supported them. That is not good. (So yes, I think they really screwed it up with licensing.)
rgloor said:I do understand that there was much labor invested to create this Mac-Version, and that they want to make some money with it.
AGREE. But what I don't agree with, is Corel even doing this. It has wreaked havoc For CorelDraw now. ALL THEIR ENERGY NEEDS TO STAY WITH THE WINDOWS CORELDRAW! It's sheer lunacy to even develop CorelDraw for the Mac users...they ALL USE ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR except for the few here with this lousy version of 2019 for you...good luck getting anything done with the WORST VERSION OF CORELDRAW IN HISTORY!