Nice to hear and thanks for the tip
Just installed it and it sure looks very promising. It seems to be close to kpdf. It recognizes highlights I made in acrobat writer (just as kpdf does), but highlights made in okular aren't seen in kpdf or evince. Also some of the highlights from acrobat are too far to the right.
Another thing - and I guess this is because I'm in Gnome - it doesn't turn up in any menu, I can't just type 'okular' at the command line and 'whereis' doesn't find it.
turns out the command is:
... or use the right mouse button 'open with' for pdf-files
After further testing:
It seems you can't remove highlights (and other annotations etc.) once made. And not only that. They stay in the document even if you close without saving!
Oh well. Just realized how it's done:
I guess none of the editing is actually saved in the document it is saved in an xml-doc in
That's why it isn't recognized in other programs.
Remove the corresponding file and all annotations are gone.