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You can simply use "Acrobat Reader DC Reader" with Wine. I've installed it using PlayOnLinux. The installed version is: 15.10.20056.167417 I was able to fill XFA forms that with any native Linux PDF reader I couldn't even print the forms for filling it manually.


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I finally found that the pdf reader that mostly satisfied my requirement is the foxit reader on Linux. The download page is here. The annotation works seamlessly with other readers on Windows. It still cannot compare with its windows counterpart, according to its feature comparison page. The only problem is that when using xdg-open xxx.pdf when setting the ...


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It may sound strange, but my best choice till now is Foxit Reader for Windows running under Wine. Currently using version 7.3.4.311 and having installed winetricks allfonts (see here why) it works like a charm. Wine version 1.9.8 on Fedora23-64bit. You can do many many things and commenting (with sidebar listing of those comments course) is at its best. ...


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gs is complaining about file arguments such as ---plaa---plaa.pdf because they look like long options but aren't. Workaround: precede the filename argument with a -- option to signal that there are no more options, or use a pathname such as ./---plaa---plaa.pdf.


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Based on the error message, you're not actually running ghostscript. On ubuntu 16.04: # cat /etc/lsb-release DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu DISTRIB_RELEASE=16.04 DISTRIB_CODENAME=xenial DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 16.04 LTS" With ghostscript 9.18: # dpkg-query -s ghostscript | grep Version Version: 9.18~dfsg~0-0ubuntu2 If I run your example command, I get a ...


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According to : http://stackoverflow.com/a/3112256/544721 you need to add to your printer's file description four lines in appropriate places describing four properties of your page: PageSize, PageRegion, ImageableArea and PaperDimension. Btw. Here is my try of adding description of S0929100 Cards roll to Dymo 450 LabelWriter: ...


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You can use the following pipeline txttopdf.sh: enscript -B -p- | ps2pdf -dCompressPages=false - - to generate a PDF which preserves the leading spacing of the source. The special ps2pdf option makes it use the content portion of the intermediate PostScript verbatim, leaving well indented text objects in the PDF. You can verify that by opening it with a ...



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