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Dragin problem

Dragin problem

Dragin problem

(OP)
When i move an object it create another one near the original,
then it disappear when I scroll the mouse, i tried to download the latest updates for corel x4 and all my computer components, i tried to remove an reinstall corel x4 but nothing seems to work. My X3 version work properlly?
What do i do?
 

RE: Dragin problem

Could try F5 whilst in coreldraw to refresh the screen if its leaving artifacts.

RE: Dragin problem

I think you have manual refresh turned on ... ?

You can turn it off at Tools : Options : Workspace : Display.

RE: Dragin problem

Is it possible that your object is to big? Then if that is the case work at 10:1 of actual size then magnify your graphics to 1:1 when your finished.

Another thing is if you have the Key Shift blocked you get the same problem. I don't know if your keyboard keys are stuck but worth a check.

another thing that might be is a broken CDR file. In this case try to save to a CMX then close X4, reopen X4 and open the saved CMX then resave to a CDR. Why to do this because if you copy from one CDR to another CDR you copy the file structure to.

If nothing works install PrimoPDF and print your graphics to a PDF. Then Import the PDF.

Another thing that might cause problems is that you messed with the setting, in this case you need to reset the User profile setting in Corel Draw.

I hope it helps

 

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