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All applications start up, all basic operations work, loading and saving works
What does not
Workarounds are needed for getting the installation to work (copy the DLL files in the Setup folder on the CD to /etc/wine/dosdevices/c:/windows/system32), and for getting applications to start up (set wintab32=native in DllOverrides for all Corel applications). Once those workarounds are in place, everything seems to work though.
What was not tested
Using it over a longer period of time -- stability issues might be there
The remark from some other comments saying you must use Win98 emulation seems to be obsolete -- it works here with XP and Vista emulation.
by Paolo Oliani on Thursday December 24th 2009, 5:15
From the menu 'Hymera--> Strumenti di sistema--> Monitor di sistema', I select 'CorelDrw.exe' and press 'Termina processo' (end process). Doing this I can reopen Corel Draw without restarting the system. It seems to be an improvement, but I wonder there's a way to get rid of this nuisance.
by Paolo Oliani on Wednesday December 23rd 2009, 15:36
I installed 'Corel Draw 11' with Wine '1.0.1-1' on 'Hymera Desktop 1.0', following this guide: tina.krausser.net/wine.html. The installation went smoothly and 'Corel Photo Paint' works pretty good. If I open CorelDrw.exe I can create, save and open existing files. The troubles come when I close the application and reopen it; I get this message from 'Corel Color Manager':
The Color Manager could not create a needed color transform. Colors in your document will be uncorrected.
I press OK and get this 'Error':
I/O read error.
Another OK and I get this one from 'Corel Draw 11':
There are no import filters available.
When I give OK the application closes. I have to restart my computer to have CorelDrw.exe running, but after closing and reopening it the story repeats.
Thanks in advance.