Re: Full featured PDF editor?
I have a sneaking suspicion that the OP wants to get work done and collect a paycheck rather than engage his employers in a holy war about open formats. Just guessing.
PDF is a horrifically misguided file format and has only recently become a partially "open" file format.
Unlikely. Scribus and Acrobat do entirely different things.
Scribus is the animal you are looking for
Pdfedit can do some fairly sophisticated things, but it is extremely user-unfriendly. Also, its capabilities are technical-focused instead of workflow-focused, i.e., it doesn't mesh well with what I actually have to do for work.
You are out of luck. You need Acrobat, and for Acrobat you need Windows. There is no way around it.
I NEED a full featured PDF editor, nothing short of Adobe Acrobat or Nitro PDF's functionality.
NitroPDF is the closest substitute in existence for Acrobat, and it's a relatively poor runner-up. There is nothing even remotely close to Acrobat that runs natively on Linux. (Pdfedit is probably the best there is, and it's...well, not even close.)
I could not fail to disagree with you less.