Since I bought CDR19 it's still not working at all on pc. The program starts up everything is ok, till I load a cdr, then endless loading and that's it !! What's happening? someone the same issue and got it solved ??
Just as an FYI here is a product features comparison. There is not much new in CorelDRAW 2019 and what is new much it does not work correctly. Then the fact that many things that did work are now broken or do not work correctly.https://www.coreldraw.com/static/cdgs/product_content/cdgs/2019/cdgs2019-comparison-chart-en.pdfThe truth 2019 is a downgrade to less functionality because so many things are broken or do not work at all and poorer processing speed.
How they thought splitting up the options panel was a benefit I have no idea but that will make things much more confusing for new users.Oh well, it is what is, but given the level of dysfunctionality, unless a small army of developers is put on fixing it, we may not a good release for years. And with all the bugs in the MAC and web versions, they are going to need more than a small army as well as solid beta-testers which they obviously do not have.All of this points to very incompetent management and software project management which if these critical management issues are not addressed we are likely to see more of the same.
AdvancedArtist said:And with all the bugs in the MAC and web versions, they are going to need more than a small army as well as solid beta-testers which they obviously do not have.
This is exactly why us LOYAL WINDOWS users are now having to deal with all these new problems. It was just a stupid idea to even offer a MAC version...just plain idiotic. CorelDraw is and always has been Windows... Adobe Illustrator predominantly MAC...AND WINDOWS!
timd1971 I've been doing this graphic stuff since Jerry Ford was President and as far as MAC goes I get it, some users have a client base that is MAC and need to support it.
However if you create and output your files or send the files just for output USE A PC. If you use a MAC you're better of getting a really big rock and dropping it on your foot, in the future at least that will heal, having a MAC is a permanent handicap!