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Old 15-01-2017, 07:46
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Default X8 Verdict?

Is anyone using X8. Is it a massive improvement over X6? Has the activation process been changed at all. I'm still using X6 without service packs because I didn't like the new TOS that came with the service packs.
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Default X8 Improvements

The biggest X8 improvement for me is the support of High DPI screens. That said, I only have one machine with such a screen and I currently do not use it often. So I still spend most of my time in X6. This is because I support many versions of CorelDRAW and it allows me to do this the easiest.

As for the activation, nope, none of that has changed. It is a mess. I would encourage you to make a post on the Half Finished Features. I feel this is a very unfinished "feature". I understand they want to protect their software but it needs to be easy to activate and deactivate.

Here is the link: Half finished features?

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