I just recently got my first Mac after using a Windows pc for the last 25 years. I've been an avid Coreldraw user on my pc for years both for personal and professional work. I downloaded and installed a demo of Coreldraw on the Mac and it is SOOOOO different but the main thing that I use all the time that I'm not sure I can live without is simple keyboard shortcuts for such things as alignment. (a simple selection of everything on screen and a press of E and C to center items).Is this something that will possibly be added to future updates? If not, I think I'll have to stick to using boot camp to have windows on my iMac JUST for Coreldraw. (I also find it odd that for years a simple right click to "Import" an image into the document has now been rebranded with "Place"? Why?)
StayingArmed said:Is this something that will possibly be added to future updates?
I believe that yes, but still there's not official news about it
StayingArmed said:(I also find it odd that for years a simple right click to "Import" an image into the document has now been rebranded with "Place"? Why?)
It was made for Mac users and tested by Mac users. So, I suppose they will feel more comfortable with this name, used on other programs.
Some things such as the Options at the top left corner are also according Mac rules
As Ariel said, it was made to make Mac users comfortable. All user names, terms and interface are to be as Mac OS as possible, while the functions remain (as much as possible) the same.
In your example of 'Place' instead of 'Import', is Mac speak for the same function importation and placement of an object/bitmap/etc. into your document.