I have had the "PAGES CHANGING PLACES" issue (among a few other bugs) since I purchased CorelDraw 2019 during Corel's big sales push to purchase the new and best software for designers.
I sent a request for help with the "PAGES CHANGING PLACES" issue, and was even able to recreate to problem, sending them all the CDR files, hoping they could see the problem, find what was causing it, and help me with fixing the software I purchased from them. Since this issue is a major problem when working on multiple projects with well over 25 pages each. (imagine having to reset you page structure every time you open your file, and multiple times while you are working on the file, just so you don't look incompetent to your clients, and send them a proof with the pages out of order.
But instead all I got (from the overseas answering service) was being instructed to shell out more money to CorelDraw Corp. and purchase the 2020 version, (I requested a refund for my 2019 version which is less than a year old, since it didn't work as advertised, and I would then purchase the 2020 version, basically I was instructed that this was not an option).
And now my 2019 version keeps showing the POP-UP to purchase the 2020 version.
Sad to say after many years working with CorelDraw's Design software, and hyping it to my fellow artist/designers as superior product to their competition, times have changed and we will be moving all of our design projects to Adobe software.
I don't agree with a workaround but if it works why not use it to get along until it does get fixed.
see thread here
Thank you for the link, but I feel like I paid for a defective product and I shouldn't have to constantly run some script to fix the issue. If Corel was an upstanding corporation they would have offered me a refund for their defective product and/or fixed it with an update.
But they seem to be taking the option of forcing me to re-purchase their product, (that I just purchased less than a year ago). So either they have not been able to fix this issue with the 2020 version (so why should I purchase this defective product), or they are refusing to implement an update to fix a product they sould the public less than a year ago, as a way to force people to spend more money. (Why support a company that does support its clients).
Which is kind of counter productive, we were seriously considering purchasing their "Technical Suite" as a way to help with manufacturing some of our products, but now we are researching to process moving all of our projects CorelDraw designs to Adobe software.
ThomasNI agree that this should have been fixed in a 2019 service pack, but apparently that is not going to happen.Haven't heard anything about it for 2020 yet so I hope it has been fixed.In the thread Myron linked to, I have a post marked "Suggested answer" with a possible solution, or workaround.Please take a look at it and the replies from Eskimo, maybe it helps (maybe not).