Discussion in 'polls' started by lodore, Jan 1, 2016.
Yeah, I think you're right.
Foxit on Kubuntu
WPS Office Free lately, it has literally zero functionality, so almost zero exploitability. If I ever need to work with PDF, I can always use a portable PDF reader.
Is there a reason you prefer Foxit over Okular?
Basic editing and can easily import signature image. In short, bit more to it than Okular.
Okular offers several annotation options, including Typewriter, but I suppose you mean Foxit has some more advanced editing option. I couldn't find the information about what the Foxit Reader options in Linux were, exactly.
And I don't know about importing signature image. Nice to know that Foxit offers such option.
It's been a very long time since I used Foxit in Windows, since then I've been using PDF-XChange Viewer and later Editor. In Kubuntu, I plan to use Okular, but it's good to know of Foxit options. Thanks again.
I still have Okular installed just in case there is a problem with Foxit. The one thing I really like, and forgot to say, about Foxit is tabbed pdfs - so much easier to view an open pdf by clicking a tab.
Tabbed view can be very handy.
I gave up and switched to using a browser. Adobe just has too many security issues.
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