Many of you that have been following macromonster.com since the early days will likely recognize this macro. This is one that really caught my interest when setting up the site, as it had some ground-breaking features and UI innovation I hadn’t seen before.
This one is finally 64-bit compatible. For those with CorelDRAW X6 64-bit, who surely have been missing it – your dreams have now come true.
Even better, it’s a free update. You should be able to
automatically access it through your macromonster order history. If not – please support us in keeping this powerful macro alive by buying it here. If you’re curious about what it can do, watch this video.
If you install it, keep in mind that it doesn’t over-write the older version automatically. Look for version 3.3 in your macro pick-list and assign a icon to run it. Here’s a general video for that.
So what’s the deal with the egg on the box? Well… some trivia for ya; The author was trying to impart how he wanted an egg as his identity for his products. I had no idea what he was getting at – I remember having a baby dragon coming out of an egg at one point.
Much later, I searched the net and apparently the author is font of the series of video games based on an intelligent egg, the name of that egg being Dizzy. It was a popular series in Europe for quite some time.