Re: reliable editting of any PDF file
On Wed, 2008-02-13 at 06:53 +0530, Sridhar M.A. wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 12, 2008 at 11:49:19PM +0200, Micha wrote:
> > Yes, but for me for example it would be very useful if I could add notes to
> > papers I download to reference in my work (academics, it's what you are
> > supposed to do ;-). I don't have access to the originals (with pdf's you rarely
> > do actually, people give you the pdf in the first place to make sure that you
> > see it properly, not to edit it).
> > I would have been happy if there was something that could do highlighting,
> > notes, lines and really ecstatic if it could actually do equations ...
> Have you tried the latest version of inkscape? It can import pdf's
which version are you using? I just tried version 0.44.1-1 (from Etch)
and it failed to input my first test PDF, giving on the cmd line an
/home/mkb/work/timings_CMU_allDynamic_16sections.pdf:1: parser error :
Start tag expected, '<' not found