Why can't I get rid of guide lines by simply dragging them off to the side or top ruler bar? In order to get rid of them I have to double click on 'em and choose delete, then ok, grrrrr.
cdsgraphic said:I don't think guidelines have worked that way (drag off the screen) since ver. 7.
Colin said:I've found CorelDraw 12 to be Rock-Solid-Stable. Never once has it baled. (snip) I wonder if there's some other issue going on with yours(?).
We use Corel 9 on an XP machine without SP2 installed. I keep Officina Sans & Serif open all the time and we don't have any problems with crashes - it is not our primary program though so we may not have been pushing it hard enough.Bobby H said:I've learned to work around the hazardous bugs in CorelDRAW 9. The most damaging one is the app crashing when trying to auto-save or when you manually save. It usually happens to me when a Postscript Type 1 font is active that it doesn't like, such as Adobe's ITC Officina Sans & Serif families. Sometimes the save or auto-save crash erases all the art in the entire document. The only saving grace in that is sometimes Corel will have a "@@@cdrw.tmp" file that may still have some of your art intact. But now that I have Adobe InDesignCS2, I don't use CorelDRAW for any complex text oriented documents any longer.
The funny thing is CorelDRAW (both versions 9 and 12) seems to be the only application that crashes on the three systems I've tried.
The most damaging one is the app crashing when trying to auto-save or when you manually save.