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Missing color docker

Missing color docker

Missing color docker

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Hello,

While loading a custom palatte for my printer I somehow lost the color docker that sits along the right edge of the screen next to the object manager in the default workspace (the one with color boxes that can fly out to quickly change fill and outline).

I have tried resetting the workspace using F8 during app startup and the REPAIR option for Corel in Add/Remove Programs.  I have also tried to import the workspace from another machine. All other dockers and toolbars change but the color docker is still missing.

Where did it go?

Ed

RE: Missing color docker

Start Draw
Click on New (or File->New)
Click on Window (on the top menu)
Halfway down the sub menu list you'll see Color Palettes
Move your mouse over it to display the list of color palettes.
Left click on a palette to display it on your workspace.

~w

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