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Probably a futile question because there won't be many or even any other Corel people around...

Does anyone know if the Photoshop plugin can be made to work in Corel Draw suite? Or if there is a similar Corel plugin that works?

I don't really "need" the plugin because I have developed my own ways of creating similar, but it may make life slightly easier.

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Hi John, I already have the plugin, I just can't fiddle it to work ideally with Corel. Quirky. I was just wondering if perhaps another Corel user has the answer.

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The answer is given at simmerspaintshop as well , by placing the TWO other dll's needed in the main folder of PSP . The " other " dll's are mentioned when downloading the plugin .

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Ooops! Another new thing learned. That makes today a success. ll go check all that out and see if it wors for Corel Draw suite

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I've been a Corel customer for years, and had resisted switching to Photoshop, but these new and more complex paint kits out there has forced me to switch. I even tried the Corel 64bit programs, and no joy.

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I am surprised at your problems Johnny. I see from your other post that you are "only" using PSP - that's the equivalent of Photoshop Elements, i.e. not really a full blown graphics program.

 

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On the other hand, you can create paints using Windows Paint. If you're extremely masochistic and have more time on your hands than Methusaleh. I even did a (slightly cynical) tutorial on that some while ago in a now-dead forum.

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