Curious little bug - if it is a bug and not a fault in my settings.
Whenever I create an RGB white outline in Cdr 2019, no matter the thickness, it dissappears on zooming in or out. Even when I don't resize it, it's absent in Print Preview and nothing prints. It only happens with RGB white - every other colour is absolutely normal and it certainly doesn't occur in Cdr 2018.
I'm employing a sort of workaroundby using CMYK white if I need an outline of that colour but it's hardly satisfactory. Any ideas?
White is invisible on white and does not print, try wire frame
I'm not talking about white on white - I'd hardly expect any colour to show on a background of the same colour. Below is a screenshot of a rectangle with no fill but a 10 point RGB white outline, on top of a larger red rectangleat. Viewing at 50%
and then the same set up but at 75% - the outline has gone or at least no longer has any thickness.
I know pure white is actually no colour or rather the absence of colour, but its 'presence' should be removing a corresponding area of, in this instance, red. It's not, the image prints as a solid red block.
New Compressed (zipped) Folder.zip
That's just plain weird. I downloaded your file and opened it in 2019. Red rectangle only. No white rectangle. View in wireframe, both are there. Select the white one, it tells me it's a 10 point white curve, no fill. Right click on White to see what it does, and it outlines it with a 0.567 white outline - which is visible... Created another rectangle, 10 point white border, it's there no problem - at any view size. Convert it to a curve, still the same.
Convert both rectangles to RGB black, and mine is fine and yours isn't...
10pm here so "that's all she wrote" for tonight, I'm afraid.
Ok first can I send this to Corel for testing? Second I've been working on pixel work flows so I'm very interested in how users interface with creating a file where they will be using pixel dimensions of any kind. With that said I'm not trying to be a PITA but I need detailed descriptions on how you created this file. Did you use the welcome screen, new document, new document dialog from the tool bar, what ever process you used, there is no right or wrong way just the way you did it.
I ask because as seen on my system in 2019 your document resolution is 300 DPI, you set dimension are millimeters, your default outline is set to points. I also see that you have print and export background selected.