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Fast pdf viewer

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Very good to view pdf. I replaced evince with it.

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Free WITH WATERMARK

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The software looks nice, and it IS free, but it will inject a watermark. $50 for the un marked version.

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It really is not free. I purchased it but the software is very difficult to use.

The User Manual is not user friendly.

It has a menu bar with a large number of icons. However, there is no legend for a user to follow so that one can easily click on the icon. Not user friendly.

Not really worth the money.

I am thinking of using a different app but wasted my money on Master PDF Editor.

[Edited by jonnysalami, September 21]

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Lightweight, fast, ability to properly make the markup of the pdf

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The best pdf viewer and editor in Linux! It is easy to use with a lot of features. The UI is nice even in my high dpi machine (3200 X 1800). The UI of Foxit Reader is poor in high dpi screen.

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I recommend this alternative. Trial is without watermark. UI is fine and fair price!

[Edited by 2Rock, August 09]

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Pas open-sources mais vraiment pratique

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C'est vrai que le logiciel n'est pas open-sources mais c'est vraiment le lecteur PDF le plus complet sous Linux.
Not open-sources but very useful ! For me the most complete PDF viewer on Linux.

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note for OCR is uses tesseract so the OCR is on pair with other open source projects

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One stop shopping for PDFs for Linux users . . . almost. It doesn't (yet?) have the ability to split spreads (two pages of a book or magazine scanned as one image) like gscan2pdf or unpaper can. Printing with "print to file" doesn't always work the way I want it to, and djvu support would be nice, but these are minor quibbles. Most PDF viewers for Linux are pretty basic; Okular is the only one that has any sort of advanced features, but boy is it frustrating to use! The disappearing annotations being only one of many issues I've had with it. Master PDF is well worth $50 if I don't have to use Okular any more.

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This was the default for anyone who wanted to make a quick change to a pdf without the hassle of buying adobe products. Unfortunately this function is no longer free and therefor this product is useless. Use your native PDF viewer instead.

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The new version now adds watermarks (giant underlay over the whole page) when you want to insert text with the unregistered version. Possibly also with other features, I haven't tested because the program has now become useless for me.

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