Good Morning -
I have developed a design for a Christmas Ornament in CoralDrawX7 (and X8). It is made up of a Circle, Square and another Circle that is then cleaned up using the Virtual Segment Deletion Tool. I then combine all my curves. When I place this frame over my Bitmap and then use the Powerclip option the entire Bitmap disappears. But when I draw a simple square and use the powerclip option it works perfectly. So I know it has something to do with the frame i am developing, but for the life of me I can't figure out what and why. Last year I had close to the same issue on a different ornament that when Powerclipped it worked fine with the exception of deleting a very small portion of the bitmap image, but we were able to work around that one. This issue is a complete show stopper.
I know its something stupid I am doing in the layout of the frame. Any suggestions?
hkulka said:Ok... I shall try...
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Powerclip Test 1.cdr
It was suggested that I upload a sample file of the object I am trying to use as a frame for Powerclip. This is the exact frame I am trying to use. If anyone has any suggestion I am all ears or eyes....
Break your object apart delete unwanted parts (see attached) and then try use Power Clip
Powerclip Test 1_.cdr
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