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Re: Master PDF Editor

#11 Post by richb » Fri May 04, 2018 5:31 pm

From the link that was posted. When is a demo version not a demo version?
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

#12 Post by fehlix » Fri May 04, 2018 5:43 pm

richb wrote:From the link that was posted. When is a demo version not a demo version?
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.
The additional-pro features are demo! All other which are most of the ones are need are fully functional, and by this not a demo! So dosnt matter how we call it, you'll simply find no other tool which can do this on linux
with such an easy to use and for free use, non-comercially!

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Re: Master PDF Editor

#13 Post by richb » Fri May 04, 2018 5:50 pm

I took their website declaration literally. Thanks for the clarification.
I like qpdfview for reading. It would be nice to be able to edit, but I rarely if ever need to.
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#14 Post by GuiGuy » Fri May 04, 2018 5:54 pm

How much work would it take to put an MX-compatible .deb in the test repo?

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Re: Master PDF Editor

#15 Post by Richard » Fri May 04, 2018 6:06 pm

Like Fehlix, I've been using mPDFedit for several years.
I always just download the 64 & 32 bit free versions.
https://code-industry.net/free-pdf-editor/
It isn't a demo. At least for my uses it is adequate.

It is more sophisticated than the PDFshuffler, and much better at editing.
The Shuffler is great for a quick way to move pages around.
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#16 Post by Stevo » Fri May 04, 2018 7:18 pm

GuiGuy wrote:How much work would it take to put an MX-compatible .deb in the test repo?
It's proprietary, so if we did have permission to put their debs in the repo, we'd put them into main in the non-free section. Does anyone see anything about redistribution on their website?

The alternative would be to just get the debs with a Package Installer script, like Slimjet. That's less work for the repo maintainers and avoids any distribution issues; you would just reinstall it when you get a update notification in the program.

I find it's about as fast as mupdf for displaying really complex PDFs like geologic maps; much faster than qpdf.

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Re: Master PDF Editor

#17 Post by Stevo » Fri May 04, 2018 7:47 pm

I don't see anything one way or the other about distributing debs: https://code-industry.net/masterpdfedit ... agreement/

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Re: Master PDF Editor

#18 Post by Jerry3904 » Fri May 04, 2018 7:51 pm

Why not just MXPI then?
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Re: Master PDF Editor

#19 Post by Gerson » Fri May 04, 2018 10:58 pm

He buscado información sobre este programa y realmente es gratuito para GNU/Linux y de pago para Windows o MAC, no es un demo ni tiene limitaciones, lo probé para editar, combinar, anotar, etc., y funciona muy bien, sin ningún tipo de restricción. Pregunté a algunos colegas si lo conocen y la respuesta es positiva y que llevan años usándolo sin pagar un peso, así que no le veo problema.

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I have searched for information about this program and it is really free for GNU/Linux and payment for Windows or MAC, it is not a demo nor has limitations, I tried it to edit, combine, annotate, etc., and it works very well, without any type of restriction. I asked some colleagues if they know him and the answer is positive and they have been using it for years without paying a peso, so I do not see any problem.
No todos ignoramos las mismas cosas. :confused:

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Re: Master PDF Editor

#20 Post by gbblegnica » Sat Jun 09, 2018 10:01 pm

Si no ecuerdo mal, esta en MX Instalar paquetes-
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