In the age of remote learning/teaching I started using Edge to draw in .pdfs I’m showing to my students and it really fits my basic need, but something more focused on the task and in spirit of FLOSS would great. What’s most important to me is ability to draw and easily erase what I drawn; handy page switching. More would be nice of course.
I couldn’t find anything like that, and software like Krita or GIMP doesn’t work well for my needs, that’s why I’m using Edge.
If you know anything like that please tell! ^^
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Libre office draw can be used for this purpose
The problem is how a lot of PDFs are structured. With a lot of them you would find design issues if you open them with an editor in order to modify them like if was just a vectorized image.
Hm, I made a few pdfs’ in it… There is an option to open documents and draw in them?
Also Artix ftw! (I think, I didn’t make through installation yet, haha)
Ah I removed atrix lol
due to powercut many pksgs broke , so now returned to arch
That’s so unlucky… I guess I will have to get new UPS. Current one works only when system is idle, or for my laptop :p
I guess btrfs is good interm of data protection
Yeah. It’s has some cool features for doing snapshots? I wanted to setup Artix on it, but failed with base installation iso, so I went with gtk one and basic settings to get it running asap. I read than ext4 is more stable than btrfs? Or that it just has some issues, so I stayed with ext4. As a backup/sync thing I would recommend running LAN only instance of Nextcloud or use Syncthing. It won’t prevent your system from dying, but getting back up and running should be quite fast and convinient :)
I think I read that ext4 is more stable than btrfs especially with power failures. If you like to play with btrfs though you could try Garuda Linux, which is Arch + btrfs and comes default with roll back options from Grub menu. Looks very slick, it (I tried their KDE and a few other flavors) was not so stable on my hardware but has some nice options like Libredragon by default with local Whoogle and Searx pre defined.
I guess fedora also using btrfs . I can’t get next cloud :(