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    Gradient

    Quote Originally Posted by halftone View Post
    Illustrator.

    I always have problems with colors in corel.
    If you want to add a gradient color in corel it probably won't be printed well. There are also many uncorrected bugs in coloring and exporting, that remain everytime there's a new version.
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    For my purpose Illustrator is perfect, and above is compatible with the files that I send customers.
    Corel does not use any of my knowledge, it would be useless.
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    Illustrator, because I use Photoshop , for many years, and now working on graphics is my option
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    Illustrator for print period
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    Quote Originally Posted by dzianis.puhach View Post
    CorelDraw is much more problems than Illustrator + CorelDraw don't work fine with ICC
    This is my point
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    Coreldraw is a versatile "general purpose" program kind of of like an Illustrator and Indesign combined. It can be used for everything from a logo design to a full magazine. There have been problems getting good exported PDFs from it but X5 seems to be quite good now. If files are printed to file then distilled, PDFs are almost always OK. It also has loads of import and export formats.
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    I don't know the last version very well honestly, but pdf generated from older versions created a great part of problem we had in printing process
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    Run Corel in Osx

    Quote Originally Posted by rashid View Post
    is it possible to run coreldraw in macosx?
    Hi,
    todays version of Corel are not supportet by osx. I think there was a Corel 8 Version
    which runs on oas 10.XXXX. But you can use vmware to run it in a virtual machine in osx.
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    Illustrator. Purely for better pdf support and (to my eyes anyway) more robust file integrity.
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    Yes thats right with the PDF support. But whats is time consuming in AI are the
    mask and groups when you get files from customers. There it is much easier in Corel to seperate the groups and masks.
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    +1 for Illustrator. In terms of compatibility it is without a doubt the best vector solution. Especially if you're using other Adobe products. Although, I am slightly bias toward Illustrator since I've been using it since day 1 and have very limited experience with Coral.
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    I would say an +1 for Illustrator
    but if you want to do something quick, Corel does pretty good job
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    CorelDraw to work much easier and faster
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    + Illustrator, it may be a little bit harder to start with but there are lots of documentations and comunity help online
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    Previously I used CorelDraw. It allows faster to do many tasks. Now use Illustrator for two reasons:
    1. On Mac OS no fresh CorelDraw
    2. Illustrator is much more functional.
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