GDG Node Manipulator Updated and Power Packed

June 3, 2013

GDG Node Manipulator - CorelDRAW MacroFor those of you who spend a good part of your day working with vector graphics in CorelDRAW, one of the tasks requiring your time is node editing. Having a macro that makes those tasks easier and faster can be incredibly valuable and that’s where GDG Node Manipulator comes into play. Below are just some of the things it can do.

  • Add, Remove, Clean Nodes.
  • Highlight Nodes, Start Nodes.
  • Swap Shapes
  • Select Nodes in different ways, example, every 4th node, or all nodes inside a shape.
  • Join or connect nodes that are close to each other.
  • Save selections of nodes and shapes.
  • Live Move! WOW!
  • Move nodes Perpendicular and on Tangent. FUN!
  • Align nodes to position or node. Aligns nodes in multiple shapes at once.
  • Move Nodes Directionally.

It has recently been updated to v2 with separate versions for CorelDRAW X4/X5 and  CorelDRAW X6. On the product pages, you’ll find movies showing the macro in action so you’ll know exactly how it can benefit your workflow.

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