Instead of ctrl+C copy and paste Ctrl+V,
What I'm looking for: I want to make paste with double-click (with the mouse where my pointer is).
Is it possible, after copying ctrl+c and just double click to paste where the pointer is.
Any suggestion or help how it works. Thanks
I wouldn't do that way. Grab the shape, move it to where you want and before letting go right-click.
CorelDRAW offers a lot of workspace customization, but I don't know that they allow "double-click" to be customized.
If you are using a macro to "paste where you click", then I think that the most practical answer is to assign the macro sub to a keyboard shortcut, e.g. Ctrl+Shift+V.
You can also drag the object to where you need it and then tap the Space Bar to place a copy.
yes im using macro paste where you click, but i want to assign a shortcut as double click with the mouse. Is it possible?
As I wrote in my earlier comment, I don't know that CorelDRAW allows "double-click" to be customized.
I think that a keyboard shortcut is the best answer.