Can someone show me of your benefit from Ghost appearance of the Powerclip?
Its wrost and wrost thought
Why i am going into the powerclip, to work of my desired elements only, why i need to see the outside elements?
Besides its consuming much time, if a page consists of many powerclips.
Wrost and wrost and wrost i would say
I believe there may be cases where it is good to know also where surrounding objects are when editing a PowerClip, that's probably why.If you don't like the ghost objects, they can be switched off by adding a string in Registry:HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Corel\CorelDRAW\22.0\Draw\Application Preferences\PowerclipAdd a new string and name it EditDisplayWithPageContext and set its Data value to 0 (zero).
Ronny sir, truly there is no cases of such. Its consuming much time to render if the document consists of so many powerclips. Its truly a disturbing thing introduced by corel developers.
I really say onething its useless. There is no benefit and no one can say that this is useful. I assure you that
Just because you don't find it useful doesn't mean that it isn't for other users, it's not up to you or me to decide.It is, like I said, possible to change manually (but be very careful if you edit the Registry) but could have been an option inside Draw for sure, to make it easier to change.
sir i can understand and know this possible to change. But it definately kills the time of the corel users. Its truly no use. None of the user can put a one possible benefit from it. Its useless.