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Master PDF Editor

#1 Post by Gerson » Fri May 04, 2018 1:57 pm

Buscando un buen programa para editar PDFs encontré un artículo que hablaba de este programa.
Lo curioso y que me llamó la atención es, ¡que para Linux es GRATIS! y para MAC o Windows es de pago así que me decidí y lo instalé.
La instalación es muy sencilla, solo ir a la web de descarga del fabricante, y bajar el paquete .deb adecuado para la arquitectura, 32 o 64 bits.
Yo lo instalé con Gdebi, y me ha bajado la única dependencia.
Es multilingüe asi que lo puse en español y ahora lo disfruto sin pagar un peso.
Debería MX aprovechar esta circunstancia y colocarlo como predeterminado en la ISO de instalación.
No todos ignoramos las mismas cosas. :confused:

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Re: Master PDF Editor

#2 Post by fehlix » Fri May 04, 2018 2:05 pm

I do also highly recommend " Master PDF Editor" to use on Linux! It was mentioned here in the Forum a couple of times! I mainly using it for "editing" but it does also a good job for viewing! :fox:
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#3 Post by Eadwine Rose » Fri May 04, 2018 2:10 pm

Gracias!
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#4 Post by Stevo » Fri May 04, 2018 2:55 pm

We'd have to check to see if its redistribution terms allow us to include it on the ISO, and if it can be used as the MX Manual viewer instead of qpdf...but I really like it, also.

I think PCLinuxOS has it in their repo, so it's probably OK to redistribute.

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Tendríamos que verificar si sus términos de redistribución nos permiten incluirlo en el ISO, y si se puede usar como el visor de MX Manual en lugar de qpdf ... pero me gusta mucho, también.

Creo que PCLinuxOS lo tiene en su repositorio, por lo que probablemente sea correcto redistribuirlo.

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Re: Master PDF Editor

#5 Post by fehlix » Fri May 04, 2018 3:19 pm

Stevo wrote:We'd have to check to see if its redistribution terms allow us to include it on the ISO, and if it can be used as the MX Manual viewer instead of qpdf...but I really like it, also.

I think PCLinuxOS has it in their repo, so it's probably OK to redistribute.

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Tendríamos que verificar si sus términos de redistribución nos permiten incluirlo en el ISO, y si se puede usar como el visor de MX Manual en lugar de qpdf ... pero me gusta mucho, también.

Creo que PCLinuxOS lo tiene en su repositorio, por lo que probablemente sea correcto redistribuirlo.
Actually the real power comes from the ability to edit pdf-files.
You can do: edit/insert new/existing text, pictures etc..
Further you can fill out PDF-formulars even without the need to have pdf-javascript available.
A real master-tool which I do have for years within my toolbox in Linux.
I would not go further to replace existing viewer but as an additonal viewer/edit combo! Cool! :fox:

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En realidad, el poder real proviene de la capacidad de editar archivos PDF.
Puede hacer: editar / insertar texto / imágenes nuevas / existentes, etc.
Además, puede completar los PDF-formulars incluso sin la necesidad de tener pdf-javascript disponible.
Una verdadera herramienta maestra que tengo durante años dentro de mi caja de herramientas en Linux.
¡No iría más lejos para reemplazar el visor existente sino como un combo adicional de visor / edición! ¡Guay! :fox:
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#6 Post by Richard » Fri May 04, 2018 4:14 pm

Buena selección, Gerson.
Será bueno si podemos tenerlo en el repo.
Es un de los cosas que siempre he buscado desde su página web.
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#7 Post by richb » Fri May 04, 2018 4:24 pm

Prior to a possible inclusion in the test repo, how have you guys/gal downloaded Master PDF Editor? Their web page indicates it is a paid application. If you paid that is fine, but not sure I want to.
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#8 Post by Eadwine Rose » Fri May 04, 2018 4:27 pm

It's free to download: https://code-industry.net/get-masterpdfeditor/

The demo version allows you to try out all the features of Master PDF Editor. There are no limitations except for the addition of a watermark on the output file.
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#9 Post by richb » Fri May 04, 2018 4:36 pm

Oh a demo. :frown: Thanks.
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#10 Post by fehlix » Fri May 04, 2018 5:09 pm

Eadwine Rose wrote: The demo version allows you to try out all the features of Master PDF Editor. There are no limitations except for the addition of a watermark on the output file.
Well this statement on the web-page is kind of valid, but rather the intention seems be to motivate purchasing it.
It actualy does include watermarks on the output file ONLY if you edit/modify the PDF with the addtional/advanced pro-features. A clear warning is given for that watermark thingy before writing. You even have to confirm first before you write it with watermark, bakup-file is always generated. Normal Text-Editing etc is free to use.
I do use Master PDF Editor for more than about ~5 years. I never needed to use the advanced pro-version stuff,
like adding PDF-Pages as this can be done on linux with other tools.

Within the About-window of the linux application it clearly states "Free for non-comercial use"!
Something similar as we have for teamviewer , anydesk etc.
EDIT : It is not a demo-version!
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