Juno Managing pdf´s in ElementaryOS

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  1. manodere

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    I've using mac for more than 10 years. And now, suddenly, I'm a Linux (ElementaryOS) user.
    So far I've manage my self to do almost everything I used to do regularly in my mac, in great part thanks to the chrome platform and G Suite.

    But there are a few simple things related to pdf management that I have not being able to accomplish, yet.

    I get to deal with a lot of documents in my work, most of them pdf files, and every once in a while, I get one of this files that needs to be rotated, splited and annotated. In my mac not that only it was very very easy, but I do it with a single app!: Preview. (Take a look at this screencast )

    Can you please help me to find a replacement solution to accomplish all this?. It will be great if it is a single app, and I'm willing to pay for it. It can be a Linux (debian or flatpack, Iḿ using Elementary OS) or it can be a web app.

    1. Rotate pdf easily without loosing quality in a single step. The quality part is very important because it needs to be equally readable.
    2. Split pdf in parts easily in a single step.
    3. Annotate pdfs with geometric shapes, text and arrows...

    So far i found two different apps for doing steps 2 and 3:

    PDF Tricks https://github.com/muriloventuroso/pd...
    LibreOffice Draw https://www.libreoffice.org/discover/...

    But I don't like very much nether of them, for the 1 part (rotate easily) I'm clueless. Please help


    Thank you very much for reading into this point, this community is the best part of being a #linuxuser #elementaryOS
     

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