Would like to know when will the CorelDRAW Mac 2019 updates be available?
I hope the sluggish performance will be addressed soon.
Durban, what kind of work do you do. I do everything, but large format print, large architectural signage, donor walls, high end color correcting for architectural promotional magazines and trade booths on a scale that Adobe and Affinity cannot handle are my stock and trade.
I tried Affinity Designer but found that it was insufficiently robust, it simply couldn't handle large files, many projects from my clients start in Illustrator and they bring it to me when AI edits start taking15 to 20 minutes each. Affinity Photo has nothing for me that I don't already have with Photo-PAINT and PaintShop Pro. I never tested Affinity Photo with 500 mb to 1.5 gb image files. Will it do 1.5 gb files
oh... we forgot that corel draw is the BEST for the sign market ;)
david, pepole are not crazy, i am not intresting in a debate here, but adobe illustrator is the standard, and EVERYBODY are using it! corel draw user base gets smaller and smaller, and the customer satisfaction with the program is very low, and in the same time there is a program affinity that gets more and more populer... if coreldraw will not do something immediatly (to make the next program super stable like affinity and to make the program productive and up to date - not that every second feature crashes with the other, drop shadow with countour, power clip with all effects, etc, etc, etc), the end of corel draw is neer.
David, I'm not sure what you mean as regards file size and being robust. The file size does not seem to affect APhoto and ADesign. On top of that, both use a 'comma' file - in other words, you can switch between programs with the programs with ease. I was working with a 7.3 GB file this morning I inherited for the new movie coming out "Dora the Explorer' and the programs handled it just fine.
I was using Corel today on another project and it ended up hanging me 9 plus times. In the end, I moved the file over to Affinity as I was at my wit's end.