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    Re: CorelDraw very slow, same old CDR problem!

    I took a look at the file last night. I did get some speed improvement taking each piece of the wrap and exporting it as a cmx, opening that cmx in a new file, removing the power clip and redoing the...
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    Re: CorelDraw very slow, same old CDR problem!

    Can you upload a poor-performing file here or on dropbox.com and provide a link so I could take a look at it? If needed, as you cannot yet do PMs, we could arrange an email exchange of the link so it...
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    Re: CorelDraw very slow, same old CDR problem!

    It took a bit, but I found the thread in question, and how I actually resolved it. The "other" application I opened the CMX in and exported back out of was Xara Designer Pro.
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    Re: CorelDraw very slow, same old CDR problem!

    I haven't had issues bringing forward power clipped items from previous versions myself (knock on wood).

    I have a few versions installed. They all play well with each other, so I don't know what's...
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    Re: CorelDraw very slow, same old CDR problem!

    Object styles, and other styles that can get embedded, are always a suspect in files that run slow.

    Never heard of opening a file in X4 or X5 removing the number of curves.

    Mike
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