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Is there any free software that I could open a .CDR (CorelDraw) file in Mac OS X?

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Doesn't look like any free Vector Graphics software handles it directly.

Try using UniCovertor and then opening it in Inkscape

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Inkscape doesn't work in Snow Leopard as we can see in , and UniConvertor is not so UserFriendly. But I'll keep trying – Daniel Cukier Sep 3 '09 at 19:35
Inkscape now has a snow leopard version. I've installed Uniconvertor, but now I get this error: File "/Library/Python/2.6/site-packages/uniconvertor/app/", line 103, in _import_PIL warn.warn(warn.USER, "Can't import the Python Imaging Library") – Daniel Cukier Oct 6 '09 at 16:57

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