Corel Draw 11 Patches
In its first versions, the CDR file format was a completely proprietary file format primarily used for vector graphic drawings, recognizable by the first two bytes of the file being "WL". Starting with CorelDraw 3, the file format changed to a Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) envelope, recognizable by the first four bytes of the file being "RIFF", and a "CDR*vrsn" in bytes 9 to 15, with the asterisk "*" being just a blank in early versions. Beginning with CorelDraw 4 it included the version number of the writing program in hexadecimal ("4" meaning version 4, "D" meaning version 13). The actual data chunk of the RIFF remains a Corel proprietary format.
Corel draw 11 patches
CorelDRAW 11Installation Instructions PLEASE RESTART YOUR SYSTEM BEFORE INSTALLING SERVICE PACK 1. Please note: This Service Pack can be installed on a stand alone workstation. It should not be executed on a network installation. This Service Pack only updates the following product versions: CorelDRAW 11 - 11.633 (English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and Dutch )CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 11 - 11.633 (English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and Dutch ) Each application has a version number. To determine the full version number of your installation, click Help, About in any Corel application, or check the volinfo.txt file at the root of Progams CD. Note: After installing to Service Pack 1, the applicatSee Moreion version numbers will NOT be incremented as shown in Help, About. To verify that Service Pack 1 installed correctly on the system, the file version of the coreldrw110.dll, located in the \Programs sub-folder, will be changed to version 11. 693 from 11.633. To view this file's version number, select the file in Windows Explorer and choose Properties from the File menu. The File Version listed should be 11.693.If you have difficulty installing the Service Pack, re-install your copy from your original CD, restart your machine and re-attempt the installation of Service Pack 1 again. Quick Instructions 1. Download the Service Pack onto your system for the appropriate operating system.2. Double-click the installer file to begin the update.3. Follow the instructions to review the Software License Agreement, complete the install. If you encounter any technical difficulties installing Service Pack 1, please contact Corel Support Services or consult the CDGS11-install support newsgroup.CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 11 Service Pack 1 (Windows)Graphics Driver FileSee Less
There are plenty of alternative vector-based drawing packages to CorelDRAW, the main one being Adobe Illustrator, which costs slightly less as an annual subscription but doesn't offer a one-time purchase option. Serif's Affinity Designer is a popular option at the affordable end of the market, and there's a range of free apps, headed by the open-source Inkscape.
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profile register preferences faq search next newest topic next oldest topicAuthorTopic: Want to design own mission patch. How to?Greggy_DMember Posts: 977From: MichiganRegistered: Jul 2006posted 04-25-2007 01:56 PM I would like to design a mission patch for my Space Camp crew from back in 1984. I've kept in touch with a few of them and thought this would be a nice surprise for them.First off....I am NOT artistic whatsoever. I can't draw with pens, pencils, markers, or Crayola crayons. BUT...I am a computer whiz so manipulating pre-rendered graphics within a Microsoft Office program would not be a problem. I do not have Photoshop if that makes a difference.Where do you guys recommend I start with my design? Any clipart/graphics exist out there of the shuttle and Earth?
Posts: 729From: South CarolinaRegistered: Jul 2006posted 04-26-2007 12:37 PM I did a Shuttle mission emblem as an inside joke a few years back (if I can remember to, I'll have to post a scan), and used Adobe Illustrator to create it. There was a graphic in there of a Shuttle orbiter, but the way I did it was to place a .jpeg of the Shuttle in the orientation I wanted, then draw around it. Using various combinations of "bring to front" and "send to back," I used the photo as a template for the various components of the Shuttle. It takes some practice, but it can be done.Vector-based art programs, in my view at least, are better for this kind of project because they're much easier to modify than bitmapped images. You can always export a .tif or a .jpg (or whatever you need) from a vector-based program like CorelDraw or Illustrator, but if you need to edit or change something, you can always open the vector artwork file and change it easily.
Posts: 977From: MichiganRegistered: Jul 2006posted 07-11-2007 06:38 PM This morning I received the final mission patch design for STS 41-I (my Space Camp mission designation). Artist Tim Gagnon, who also designed the actual flown Expedition 11 patch, put his heart and talent into another fantastic design.Over the past couple of months, Tim and I have been exchanging ideas, sketches, and drafts. Let's just say the sketch I came up with was embarrassingly bad compared to Tim's simple, eloquent, and powerful design. Initially, I felt the following were important details that needed to be incorporated: Patriotic theme. Our flight was on July 4th, 1984.Our crew was entirely USAF (or at least we all wanted to go into the Air Force one day).Wanted to honor our group members who ran Mission Control during the flight. Also wanted to honor the other 9 groups of future astronauts attending Space Camp that week.Our mission was the first mission of the day and launched at the crack of dawn.I wanted to keep the patch design simple like most of the pre-51L patches were. Less is more. As you can see, Tim transformed his immense talent into the patch you see above. The names reside on a navy blue background and have five silver stars separating the crew names. These stars represent each camper in our group that ran Mission Control. The nine stars on the black background of space represent the other 9 groups of future astronauts attending Space Camp that week. The main USAF silver star represents the all "Air Force" crew on the flight and also tops the patriotic red, white, and blue stripes, which as a whole are patterned after the Astronaut Symbol. The sun just breaks over a darkened Earth and represents our launch at the instant of Dawn.I sent the design over to AB Emblem this afternoon and they have submitted it for production. Again... I can't thank Tim enough for getting this off the ground. I think his above design shows WHY he was able to have another piece of his artwork fly into space. Now he can add to his resume another creation of his that "flew" into space way back in 1984 with four eager, dreaming kids from across the country.
Posts: 194From: Citrus Heights, CA - USARegistered: Jan 2006posted 07-12-2007 12:47 AM Terrific design, guys. You've covered all your elements in a simple and elegant design. Looks like you have a winner to represent your past space camp memories. Greggy, I agree, Tim's a good guy with great artistic sense. Meanwhile, don't be embarrassed about your sketches, you've gotta start somewhere and it's the ideas that count. Don't lose your imagination.Meanwhile, please post one of the patches when you get them. It'll be good to see how it compares with the artwork. Based on my experiences with AB Emblem, I'd expect that with your design, it should embroider well.
Posts: 194From: Citrus Heights, CA - USARegistered: Jan 2006posted 07-20-2007 01:12 PM Great! Lisa has been my rep for a number of years now for the Moonstar patches I have made through AB Emblem. I introduced Tim to her when he and I made our Enterprise 30th Anniversary commemorative patch last year. She's always been a pleasure to work with. I'm sure you're finding the same. Tell her I said "hi" next time you speak with her.
Posts: 977From: MichiganRegistered: Jul 2006posted 08-13-2007 01:50 PM Just received the patches last week and I'm impressed with how well the original design was translated. AB did a great job.I'll be at Spacefest this Friday and I'll pass some of my extras out. I made up shirts for my Dad and I to wear there. They are navy blue polos with the white/red NASA worm patch and this mission patch underneath (like the pre-51L astronauts wore on their missions). So if you see me, don't hesistate to stop and chat!Many thanks again to Tim!!!
Posts: 977From: MichiganRegistered: Jul 2006posted 08-16-2007 03:31 PM The patches look even better in person. The scanner sorta washed out the color and you can't see the depth AB achieved with their stitching. Even though the Earth and Space are both black, AB chose to stitch the Earth horizontally and Space vertically.
* Merge with Debian unstable (LP: #719648, LP: #278307). Remaining changes: * debian/control: - Ubuntu maintainers - Promote python-lxml, python-numpy, python-uniconvertor to Recommends. - Demote pstoedit to Suggests (universe package). * debian/rules: - Run intltool-update on build (Ubuntu-specific). - Add translation domain to .desktop files (Ubuntu-specific) * debian/patches/01_add_unity_quicklist_support.patch: - add unity quicklist support for a new entry to inkscape (LP: #676886)
* [f6250fa] Imported Upstream version 0.48.1 * [e5b9206] remove debian/patches/01-end-drag-fix.dpatch since applied upstream * [2b6fb5b] add patch to fix shebang lines in extensions scripts * [f38e3e1] drop dependency upon ttf-bitstream-vera (closes: #597503) * [0a91fb1] binary depends on $misc:Depends as indicated by lintian * [02b4953] depend on libmagick++-dev instead of libmagick++9-dev * [ea095c3] Add supported mime types (closes: #596982) -- Alex Valavanis Sun, 20 Feb 2011 12:07:30 +0000