Deploying specific features
When performing a basic or silent installation with the /q switch (see page 13), you may want to use the ADDLOCAL property to specify which software features to install. You can specify a single feature:
Or you can specify a comma-separated list of components:
You can even specify all features:
If you want to install nearly all features, naming them individually would be quite tedious. In this scenario, you can use the REMOVE public property to specify the features to subtract from ADDLOCAL=ALL: ADDLOCAL=ALL REMOVE=Feature1,Feature2
Feature names are case-sensitive.
|Software component||MainApp child feature|
|User Guide (PDF file)||UseGuide|
|XVL Studio 3 D Corel Edition||XVLSTUDIO|
Some editions of the software do not include certain features listed in this section.
Corel DESIGNER Technical Pack for CorelDRAWGraphicsSuiteX6 includes only Corel DESIGNER, XVLStudio3 D CorelEdition, and XVLPlayer.
The UseGuide child feature installs CorelDRAW Graphics SuiteX6 Guidebook and adds a shortcut on the Windows Start menu to Corel DESIGNER X6 User Guide, which is available online.
When you specify a parent feature (such as MainApp) for programs other than Corel DESIGNER, only program files are included. To add other child features, you must specify them individually. And remember: Feature names are case-sensitive.
XVL Studio 3D Corel Edition and XVL Player
The XVLSTUDIO feature contains the files required to run XVL Studio 3DCorel Edition. The XVLPLAYER feature contains the files required for XVL player.
The CorelDRAW component (feature name Draw) contains the following child features.
|CorelDRAW component||Software component|
|Predesigned fills and effects||DrPres_App|
Specifying Draw includes only the CorelDRAW program files (DrPFiles). To include other child features, you must specify them individually.
The Corel PHOTO-PAINT component (feature name PP) contains the following child features.
|Corel PHOTO-PAINT component||PP child feature|
Specifying PP includes only the Corel PHOTO-PAINT program files (PPPFiles). To include other child features, you must specify them individually.
The Corel CAPTURE component (feature name Capture) contains the following child features.
|CorelCAPTURE component||Capture child feature|
Specifying Capture includes only the Corel CAPTURE program files. To include the Help files, you must specify the child feature (CaHFiles).
The CONNECT feature contains the files required to run Corel CONNECT.
The utilities (feature name Utility) include the following child features.
|Utility||Utility child feature|
|Duplex wizard (for two-sided print jobs)||DrDupWiz|
|Bitstream Font Navigator||FontNav|
|Windows Shell Extension||ShellExt|
Specifying Utility does not include its child features. You must individually specify each desired utility.
The Filters feature is a parent to FiltersAdditional, which contains both secondary-level import/export filters (CUR, EXE, FMV, ICO, PCD, PCX, SCT, VSD, XCF, and XPM) and tertiary-level import/export filters (GEM, HTM, IMG, MET, MOV, NAP, PIC, QTM, and SHW) for the software.
Specifying Filters do not include its child features. You must instead specify its child feature, FiltersAdditional.
The User Guide feature places a shortcut on the Start menu to the Corel DESIGNER X6 User Guide, which is available online.
Deploying specific languages
When performing a basic or silent installation with the /q switch (see page13), you may want to use the ADDLOCAL property to specify which software languages to support. You can specify a single language:
Or you can specify a comma-separated list of languages:
Using language codes, you can specify language modules or writing tools.
Some editions of the software do not include certain languages listed in this section.
When Corel DESIGNER Technical Pack for CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 is deployed to a workstation, all three languages are installed.
Language codes are case-sensitive.
Specifying UI modules by language code
A language module includes both the software UI and the writing tools for that language. By installing multiple language modules, you can enable dynamic language switchingthe ability to change the language of the software UI.
Corel DESIGNER, XVL Studio 3 D Corel Edition, and XVL Player support only German (DE), English (EN), and French (FR). However, some versions of CorelDRAWTechnical Suite X6 may include additional language modules for the remaining components (CorelDRAW, CorelPHOTOPAINT, and Corel CONNECT). The following table lists the available language modules for the remaining components, along with their corresponding language codes.
|Language module||Language code|
Specifying writing tools by language code
Each set of writing tools includes Spell Checker and may include Thesaurus or Grammatik (or both). The available languages are as follows.
In most cases, writing tools are automatically installed with their corresponding language moduleand to match the installed keyboard languages of the operating system.
The parent feature for the writing tools is named WTools. However, specifying WTools does not include its child features. You must individually specify each desired set of writing tools.
Deploying XVL Studio 3D Corel Edition and XVL Player
A typical server image of the CorelDRAW Technical Suite X6 includes the files required to deploy XVL Studio 3 D Corel Edition and XVL Player to the workstations.
Corel Corporation will provide patches for any updates to XVL Studio 3D Corel Edition and XVL Player, which are included with CorelDRAW Technical Suite X6. Any such patches will update the server image of the CorelDRAW Technical Suite X6 with the latest files for XVL Studio 3D Corel Edition and XVL Player. The updated software can then be deployed to the workstations by manually repairing the installed software.