Mikehell wrote:..,Cant count how many times I've dragged a vector and right-click to make a duplicate only to remember that vectric you have to hold Ctrl when you drag to make a dupe.
Ha! I know what you mean. I still do that every once in awhile, too. Another item that catches me out is double-clicking on a vector to add a node at that spot when in node editing mode. (In Vectric software, the quickest way is to hover the cursor and press "I" to insert a node. Not quite as quick as CorelDraw's double-click method, but not bad at all.)
Still, my "reflex confusion" between the two software programs doesn't happen as often anymore, and I'm equally comfortable in both. Just use what works for you and don't sweat it. It took me a year or so to wean myself from doing most drawing in CorelDraw.
BTW, I've been using CorelDraw since version 1.0. That's 29 1/2 years now!