Master PDF Editor 5.9.35 Portable RePack By... ##BEST##
when I want to export a page into an image using master pdf editor 5 it does export the specific image with text written on the top left corner saying (Master PDF Editor-Demo Version) so how to remove this text?see the picture provided:enter image description here
Master PDF Editor 5.9.35 | Portable | RePack by...
Adobe developed the PDF (portable document format) in such a way that it can present the layout in the final document as it is, anywhere, regardless of the OS system or software in which you are going to use it later. Therefore, editing PDF files afterward is not an easy task- apart from the standard note and comment functions. However, Adobe offers a professional PDF editor for Mac and Windows but that also has limited capabilities. This means we can edit all PDF files not thoroughly like we do Word documents.
@RoderickVM The dependencies are wrong and it's not clear what the patchelf is for. I've been delayed in updating the package by trying to figure out what the PKGBUILD should actually be and have been testing under gnome, mate, kde, and xfce to make sure it will work for a largish number of users. I could not get it to work under fvwm2: pdfs open fine, but the masterpdfeditor menus are empty; i.e. the text is blank. Fortunately the newly released version has fixed the Qt problem, so hopefully I can get an updated package up today.
@pgoetz In order to ensure masterpdfeditor to work, could you please replace the PKGBUILD code with the one below? This uses the official tar.gz file that requires Qt 5.9.8 or later (please see: -industry.net/free-pdf-editor/#get). Installed with no issues using pacman and the application was tested on a 5.7.4-zen1-1-zen kernel.
@pgoetz the problem will have to be fixed upstream. there is a reference to QMutexPool::globalInstanceGet in the masterpdfeditor source itself, vs. a library referenced by the app. i'm also finding online references to Qt5 changes where QMutexPool is/was to be removed. the newest version of the Qt5 API (therefore Qt libraries) no longer provides access to a QMutexPool class. we're going to need a new release from above before this'll work. v5.1.68 doesn't have the same reference and does still work.