@techiekev I was expecting to start a conversation about the changes here, I’m glad you brought it up. I’ll just add CV to the title of your post so other users can get aboard.
IMHO (personal opinion), leaving the desktop versions behind shouldn’t affect the users at all.
We reached a point where the PWA version can do everything the desktop can (ok, maybe we can find an issue here and there but they are going to be corrected).
At the same time, the desktop version was ALWAYS a web version, but when you started the desktop version, it loaded a browser(exe) and the web version inside of it.
So… basically, while using the desktop version you were actually using the web version but it could cause the confusion that you were using a native app (that caused much more frustration about memory usage and performance).
I got tons of tickets saying “hey, I have a super pc with 128gb RAM and Gravit says I’ve no memory to export it”, yes… it is because Chrome(chromium, electron…) can’t manage more than 3gb(or 2gb a couple of years ago), so when you tried to render a big file, it had to cache it on memory, well, that’s why you couldn’t export a huge file. Now, Corel Vector is officially a web app.
Ps: The PWA has been always the fastest version of the software.
Changelog won’t be availabe on the website anymore (that’s why you couldn’t find it anymore) but I’ll keep this forum updated with the changes whenever a new release is out. And the reason why 2/3 versions were “skipped” is because they were part of this new big release/rebrand. So, basically we gathered all changes into one single release.