In programs such as photoshop and illustrator, I would like to have antialiasing features such as sharp crisp in corel draw, the antialiasing system of the corel draw program is quite bad, especially in texts.
They are still dealing with other things, there is no progress on this...
You're right, especially in some fonts, the characters are very blurry, related to this anti-aliasing engine.
..................IMPROVE TEXT ENGINE...................
It's been a whileNo update yetThey don't care about so many people, so be it, then adobe illustrator will continue on her way as the only champion in the world.Corel company keep praising itself on its website yet it fails its anti-aliasing engineUnfortunately, you cannot be successful by writing 2022-2023 at the end of the programs. They will learn that sooner or later.Even the open source program called Inkscape is better than corel draw with its successful anti-aliasing engine, it's a fact they should be ashamed...
I sent an e-mail to the engineers about this issue and they said yes, you're right, it looks like that on my computer, it's really funny. :/I think everything is about money they are trying to make money by adding more features but bugs and performance issues are always behind.It's a shame that a graphic design program doesn't care about visual quality...
I Agree Corel Draw Anti-aliasing quality very bad.
engineers are sleeping don't write in vain.
Thank you for your support, I am happy to learn that I am not alone. I hope they fix this problem soon...
I would like to give you another example, I've been using corel draw for years. Dragging paragraph text was slow in old versions like x5. Performance improvements were made in new versions. But as you said, the texts are blurry, especially in some fonts, this is an anti-aliasing problem.
I don't know why they don't use cleartype anti-aliasing technique which is the best solution developed by microsoft company. This is the best solution photoshop cc versions have windows lcd anti-aliasing mode but they didn't do it for illustrator and indesign they are not bad like corel draw but I ask why it's really hard to understand engineers...
Developers can make mistakes. It's normal. But if they keep ignoring this error that's a problem. The problem is seen very clearly. The screenshot you sent explains everything. Especially with some fonts this issue seems clearer
Hello, first of all, I support you. I had many errors in the gpu display mode in the illustrator program before and I reported it to the adobe company, they did not do anything for a long time, this was annoying, I hope corel company does not do this, software companies develop new features to earn more money, but first check the errors well Unfortunately, this is not the case, capitalism is such a thing.
This feature is already on.
The advice you gave is complete nonsense, you don't understand the subject.
Who are these noobs making this obviously naive critique?
Y'all, pick View>Enhanced
Your welcome, now hopefully they can work on something useful instead.
This problem becomes more noticeable on 12pt sizes and smaller texts when you zoom in you won't see the anti-aliasing problem it's a technical problem...
Hello, I agree with you, as you say I want to open up the subject, as you say, programs like Scribus, Quarkxpress or Illustrator clearly show articles, for example, create text using the 12PT Times New Roman font in the Corel Draw program and you will see that many characters look blurred.This is an anti-aliasing problem and careful people like you will take care of I hope they correct good luck...
@Ian Nelson I wrote this problem to the engineers and now we are talking via e-mail. They told me that I need to adjust my video card settings and that my monitor may be an expensive monitor and that's why it looks like this. It's really funny. :)
I'm also a software engineer, make sure I know what the problem is, and I've shared a lot of bug reports for adobe company.
I am here like other people who want to improve the corel draw program, I report the errors of adobe programs in the same way, so I think it will be much better.
View>Enhanced It's always active :)
@Ian Nelson : Please Look :) Screenshots and Compare
Corel Draw : https://1drv.ms/u/s!AnfFBBDRYOKdr1YIQwDRQV8ig_qk?e=lhpAuS
Illustrator : https://1drv.ms/u/s!AnfFBBDRYOKdr1f-ntpwYJ1FOfQs?e=3zsOp2
@Ian Nelson I think you are joking :) or you did not understand the subject at all or you did not look at the fonts carefully.