Closing Dockers in CorelDRAW

January 5, 2016

Loyal readers are well aware that we moved the unleash.com Web site recently to a new server. This meant that anything attempting to connect to the old content would no longer function. As decisions were made about what content to move forward and what content to leave behind, we looked at usage stats.

One thing that was left behind is the page that feeds the Resources Docker in CorelDRAW. If you have the Docker open in CorelDRAW, you’ll get an error message. The extremely simple fix is to close the Docker by clicking the red X in the upper right hand corner of the Docker.

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By closing it, you will no longer receive error messages. This is also a very good time to remind you that it isn’t a good idea to keep a large number of Dockers open in CorelDRAW as it can lead to instability. Read Close CorelDRAW Dockers if Not Being Used Regularly for more information. I have a handful of them I used daily and I do keep them open. But so many I rarely use and I open and close them as needed.

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