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    Corel Draw X5

    The Corel Draw X5 color engine is very efficient, and similar to Adobe. No problem with ICC related.
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    My choice is Illustrator, as he has all the adobe programs to support and is more flexible for vector drawing. Corel is most used by Brazilians to have the interface in Portuguese and already have a loyal user base, but is slowly losing terremo for Adobe applications. The only thing I really think in Corel perfect (of course, when dealing with a vector program) is the part of enforcement at the time of printing, something that is lacking in Illustrator for small jobs and small businesses without a workflow.
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    I don't really use Corel Draw, but from my few experiences with it I'd say Illustrator is better hands down. It has much better features and is more intuitive.
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    Illustrator is better because of compatibility with most graphics softwares and is design for professional matters. Corel is a very user friendly but have several problems for output.
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    Definitely Adobe Illustrator. It's compatibility with all adobe products is perfect. Works great with photoshop, Adobe Acrobat. Since Cs4 is a multipage option (artboards) so its working perfectly. I use Illustrator since year 2000 and I will not replacing it.
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    Illustrator for offset print and Corel for homeprint!!!

    Illustrator is better!
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    AI Compatible with Pdf & postscript
    but corel ....
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    Corel is stuck..

    Corel (even latest version X5) has stuck in time. People use it mostly because they have used to it from the old days when practically there was no real alternative.
    Even today it has a serious problems with PDF engine and color management.

    In few last years Illustrator becomes really powerful software. With some plugins it is even better.

    For all Freehand fans here. Don't be sad. Illustrator picked the best of it.
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    Coreldraw is for amateur, I height it since year 1995 til now, never get better.
    Maybe in version X200 it will ha ha..

    Before I really like Freehand, now Illustrator is the best. It's for professionals, never dissapointed me.
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    Illustrator.

    I always have problems with colors in corel.
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    Corel for vector drawing.
    Illustrator for prepress.
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    I came over from Freehand to Illustrator. And I think it was a very hard switch. But today I think it's the best software for drawing vectors for print. It has better PDF-Export than Corel has. And AI-files can comfortably be imported into InDesign which makes it ever easier to use than Corel.
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    Previously I used Corel for vector draw, for me it's ireplaceble for lines and curves. Now, in job I wok with Illustrator and dekspack plugins. So AI is priority for me.
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    Not exactly

    Quote Originally Posted by stifflee View Post
    Corel Draw is for people who want to play at graphic design...Illustrator is for people who are serious about graphic design
    I would agree with that, but it also depends on your computer and operating system. I like both. Corel is good for making simple logos and wuick jobs. However, it's true that illustrator is more professional.
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    No

    Quote Originally Posted by rashid View Post
    is it possible to run coreldraw in macosx?
    No, you can only run older version and I don't know if it's worth.
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