Here’s a fantastic Macro for placing LED’s.
Jeff’s Note about centerline tracing: This macro uses Corel’s centerline trace function (behind the scenes)
That means at one point, the art is converted to a bitmap, and is affected by Corel’s internal limitations of bitmap size for entry into powertrace. For LED 6 – Consider processing one letter at a time if your art is large.
Expecting centerline tracing to be perfect isn’t realistic. I’ve not seen anything – at any price – that is.
Personally, I’d draw in centerlines manually for better control of nodes and curves, then use this macro to “space” LED modules along those single and separate curves.
Jan 18/2014 Latest version 7.0.1
Works with the following versions of CorelDraw:
– CorelDRAW X4(with Service Pack 2)
– CorelDRAW X5(with Service Pack 3/ Hot Fix 4)
– CorelDRAW X6.1-6.4 (32 or 64 bit)
– CorelDRAW X7.0 (32 or 64 bit)
– CorelDRAW X8.0 (32 or 64 bit)
– CorelDRAW 2017 (32 or 64 bit)
Note: If your computer has both a 32-bit AND 64-bit version of CorelDraw installed, the macro will work only in 32-bit version.
Required .NET Framework 4.0 Client Profile and VBA (Visual Basic for Applications)
Version 7 is a FREE Upgrade for all Version 5 and 6 users. Access it through your Order History. After installing, you must enter your version 5 or 6 key again. Always keep your keys, treat them like money! Also, you need to re-assign an icon to run it, as LED 7 doesn’t directly over-write version 5 or 6.
Version 7 is a Paid Upgrade for all Version 3 users.
This macro includes 1 system activation code for the low price shown. (Changing your hard drive or reinstalling your operating system does not affect the registration. But you’ll require the previously sent installation code for that system). One code is provided per CorelDRAW version on a single system. Choose a system carefully, since this locks to a system permanently, and is never transferable to another system.