In Draw 2019, when I save a custom page size, the new size subsequently appears in the available page sizes list, but none of the page size's properties - height, width, or resolution - appears with it. So, the custom page size has the name I gave it, but retains the default page size's properties, which, of course, renders the saved page size useless. In Draw X8, a saved page's properties as well as its name are in effect immediately upon selection of the size. Any ideas?
[In case it matters, I have not imported any workspaces into Draw 2019. The few changes I've made have been made to the default workspace.]
Some additional information about this custom page size issue:
Further testing produced the result that custom page sizes created via Layout/Document Options/Page Size are visible in at least two locations - in the list of available page sizes found in the Layout/Page Size dialog box, AND in the drop down page size menu that, at least on my workspace, is located on the left of the screen, just above the tabs that identify open documents. The significant results of tonight's testing are...
Bottom Line: Another workaround to what seems to me to be an obvious Corel Draw bug is to select page sizes via the drop down menu on the main UI, not via the Document Options/Page Size menu. It's okay to CREATE AND SAVE custom pages on the Document Options/Page Size dialog, but you must select them from the other drop down menu.
At least this is what works for me. Comments?
I can confirm I am noticing the same thing. Thanks for pointing this out. I will forward this to the necessary people