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    Re: 2014, is there a good pdf editor for linux yet?

    Quote Originally Posted by princeofnam View Post
    Did you guys download the deb at http://code-industry.net/pdfeditor.php ?
    I have never used the DEB installer, I just download the tar.gz file and extract it and then I just run the program without having to install it.
    http://code-industry.net/public/Mast....x86_64.tar.gz

    Since the other two PDF programs are giving you problems it looks like Master PDF Editor is the one to use.

    After you have used it for a while you might find that it does everything that you need it to.

    They update it on a fairly regular bases so new features and improvements will continue to enhance the programs capability's.


    Master PDF Editor has worked well for my needs

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    Re: Good pdf editor for Linux?

    Sorry to update this thread too much but I just wanted to state that I've been messing around with Ocular more. For whatever reason my changes are now being saved and are viewable to other PDF editors. If anyone else had this issue I wish I could tell you what I did different. That being said Okular is fantastic.

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    Re: Good pdf editor for Linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by princeofnam View Post
    Sorry to update this thread too much but I just wanted to state that I've been messing around with Ocular more. For whatever reason my changes are now being saved and the pdf are viewable to other PDF editors. If anyone else had this issue I wish I could tell you what I did different. That being said Okular is fantastic.
    First, I post a link to your original question.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=742934

    Then, I copy a brief comment on three common recommended pdf editors.
    "Okular is a great program. However, it is designed for KDE desktop while Ubuntu uses Gnome/Unity as the desktop. Installing Okular on Ubuntu will also install hundreds of megs of KDE modules. PDFEditor or pdfedit are designed for Gnome so they will not install unnecessary modules."

    As for your "are viewable to other PDF editors", I think you may be check what is the default pdf editor of your computer. Hope it offers some help.

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    Re: 2014, is there a good pdf editor for linux yet?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Spectre View Post
    I have never used the DEB installer, I just download the tar.gz file and extract it and then I just run the program without having to install it.
    http://code-industry.net/public/Mast....x86_64.tar.gz

    Since the other two PDF programs are giving you problems it looks like Master PDF Editor is the one to use.

    After you have used it for a while you might find that it does everything that you need it to.

    They update it on a fairly regular bases so new features and improvements will continue to enhance the programs capability's.


    Master PDF Editor has worked well for my needs
    Do you have to pay after 30 days?

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    Re: 2014, is there a good pdf editor for linux yet?

    Quote Originally Posted by monkeybrain20122 View Post
    Do you have to pay after 30 days?
    No, the Linux-based version is free for non-commercial use...
    http://code-industry.net/free-pdf-editor.php

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