Monday Macro: Dizzy: Channels

September 15, 2008

Do you work with color separations in CorelDRAW? If so, today’s macro could be just what you need. Dizzy: Channels allows you to quickly turn various colors on and off so that you can preview the separations using that color right on screen.

After installing, you’ll find that it gives you a small dialog box on screen listing each of the colors used in your document. Just like the Layers Docker in CorelDRAW, you can turn colors on and off by clicking on an eyeball icon. This makes it super easy to preview the color separations right on screen. Even if this saves you making one error on press, the macro has easily paid for itself.

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