I was not aware that you could drag the page icons in the Navigator at the bottom of the screen to the left or right and change their order. I was working in a 20 page file in X8 and inadvertently did just that. When I realized what I had done I undid it. It is very possible that this is the source of the page moving issue in long documents that is being experienced in 2019.
If that feature has been around for a long time, then why the complaints about unintentional page-moving with 2019? From people who didn't perceive the same problem with earlier versions?
I'm not saying that you're wrong here, and I understand that perception of problems can be complicated. I am genuinely curious about that issue.
That is not the issue with the unintentional page moving. The unintentional page moving happens when NOTHING has been done that should have affected page order. I've been using large page count CD documents for many versions and have never had this issue until 2019.
It's significantly bad rendering 2019 very dangerous. I have seen it when resizing large multipage documents, 50' x 30' down to letter size for proofing. It appears that if some things are not centered on the page when resizing not only is the resized document page order incorrect but the unsaved originating document can be out of order when closed and reopened.
There is also something wrong with the page navigation features on the bottom of the work space. Simply navigating to different pages can sometimes cause the documents page order to change.
Real problem is making it happen on command, I can't do that so trouble shooting is difficult.
2019 has been very disappointing at best and experiance says my year update Is due. 2020 needs to get its act together.
I stand corrected but in my ignorance I was not aware you could even move pages with the Navigator and I have been a user since version 3.
CorelDRAW has, like, a zillion features, and I certainly don't have comprehensive knowledge of them.
A lot of them are not ones that a user is likely to "discover" without going through the user guide, or reading about it somewhere else, or seeing someone else use the feature.
I wish the navigator was the problem that's an easy fix. But this page moving thing is abugger to track down,