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chaosjtu
post Oct 6 2006, 11:21 PM
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Xpdf can only view it, is there some software that can mark, comment on pdf files? Either for X or for Qtopia.
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post Jun 8 2010, 06:22 AM
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But then, How can I read the notes and highlights on my pc? (Yes, work pc, uses winXP)...

Any way to convert the xml files qpdf creates to another readable format?

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post Oct 16 2011, 06:52 AM
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QUOTE(MaBo @ Jun 8 2010, 07:22 AM) *
But then, How can I read the notes and highlights on my pc? (Yes, work pc, uses winXP)...

Any way to convert the xml files qpdf creates to another readable format?


This is an exciting thought, if we can fill out pdf forms on the Z. I do not know what ROMs it has been ported to, but I see in the user's manual that you can export to a pdf file, or do a screen capture:

" Exporting to PDF

Xournal also provides its own PDF rendering engine. The "Export to PDF" command (in the File menu) produces a PDF-1.4 file from the currently loaded document."

But I am confused about your question about how to convert xml files created by qpdf. qpdf does not create xml files, it is the Xjournal app that does the creation.

If you want to convert pdf image files to another format, then the pdfimages utility from Glyph and Cog will do that on your main Linux box, I do not know if it has been ported to the Z.

As I recall, there are screenshot utilities for the Zaurus, but I never used them.

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