While checking for developments re pdf editors, found this thread. I'm currently using Foxit (with Wine wrapper). It's free and very good, I've not found any lack of editing facility, drawing, etc. Just wondered if a fully integrated Linux solution yet existed. Seems not.
For those of you that need a good relaible pdf editor, I found PDF Studio to be the only option. This solution is the only fully capable pdf editor that runs on Ubuntu without the need of wine or Virtual box.
It still seems clunky to me, but it's certainly an impressive feature set in comparison to what most PDF software on Linux comes with (which is admittedly not saying enough, given what those other software packages look like; to give proper credit, PDF Studio seems to have a reasonably complete feature set.) I use PDF Mod for basic concatenation and rearranging, but that's a very small part of a full PDF editor's feature set. For making comments on PDFs, I still just use PDF X-Change viewer. = /
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