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    Junior Member Rayle1112 is on a distinguished road
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    Corel was popular about 5,6 years ago

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    Corel

    Maybe the Corel approaching is good, Imean the design + layout + illustration all in . The problem with Corel is that does not want to follow the standard and the overdose effects that affects prepress output. And the lack of multiplatform support.
    If Corel has Linux and Mac same as Wintel version with all the GUI, at good price and new technologies support and don't make a annually version, guess it becomes a standard.
    By the way, I think Inkscape has multiplatform versions with the same GUI. Obviously is not a standard cause is lack of support and the output does not have many options. But I'll check it.
    Greetings

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    ?

    on ibm? indesign is better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dekadists View Post
    on ibm? indesign is better!
    Surely, not just on PC, I use ID among others for my work on Mac, but ID is not the same as vectorial illustratios, like Illustrator or Corel. And is no version for Linux.
    Goal of ID is the layout of design, great for typography, and publishing et al.

    The question here is about Corel. Is it a professional tool? Is it a standard?

    What do you think?

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    You should purposely use CorelDraw, esp if it's wildly more inefficient for your workflow. When people ask, flip your scarf back and say Illustrator is too mainstream

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    Illustrator and Adobe products are more popular in graphic design, therefore many young designers used Illustrator but there are still some loyal Corel fans.

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    Being from the print industry, I began with Illustrator, Quark and Freehand and was not fond of Corel because of compatibility and ripping issues. With Adobe purchasing Freehand, we sadly lost Freehand. Now though, Creative Suite is definitely the smoothest, less time consuming route to work with rather than Corel.

    Seen some amazing images created in Corel, so there are definitely pros with that app, and there are a small amount of sign and copy type print shops who still use it, but it is not always friendly ripping files from the app without issue. Like MS Publisher and MS Word, most print shops in this area refuse to accept CorelDraw files, or they will charge more to accept them if they do. Additionally, graphic schools are focusing on the versatile Creative Suite and Quark.

    CorelDraw made a huge mistake in never advancing to include the Mac market in all their features, and the most recent that does work on a Mac is quite clunky.

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    i tried using corel, but i find it too complex, illutrator is much easier (my opinion)

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    we use both .. i thought the same as most people here that illustrator was the best until i started this new job where corel dominates. i have been growing to like corel, the way it handles contour makes my life so much easier. we use whatever gets the job d tho.


    photoshop isn't the same and is of course hands down the best graphics editor.

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    As far as I know Generally Engineers use Corel Draw, Catia and AutoCad etc, But Designers choose Adobe Illustrator.

    By the way, I'm a Chemical Engineer.

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    I never used it. I always used Adobe's softwares, and I don't think I'll change now

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    CorelDrraw is complicated and not really vector based per say. stick with illustrator.

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    I rarely, if ever, use CorelDraw anymore.

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    I work at a magazine as a graphic designer & nobody I work with uses it.

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    I have never used CorelDraw.

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