Obviously a lot of work went into Master PDF Editor. However, this is not enduser-friendly. $69 for so much effort to go through support to find out how to do simple things is not a good value. LibreOffice works fine for simply signing a pdf document by using GIMP to draw a signature, exporting as a .png image, then importing that image into a document. I purchased Master PDF Editor to more easily sign and edit pdf forms, expecting to use additional features in the future. But no. This was not a good decision. Instructions are not presented clearly. Support is less than helpful. Eight emails asking
My work with PDFs involves mostly collating and bookmarking statements and newsletter subscriptions, and occasionally marking them up. One would think those basic functions could be easily achieved through free software, but by the time you find the free collator has erased all your bookmarks on a 300-page document, you're looking at serious wasted time. The Master PDF UX leaves a lot to be desired: it's unnecessarily clunky, if smooth looking. You'll get things done, but probably be asking "why do I have to repeat all this?" or "why isn't there a keyboard shortcut for this?" The developers apparently really haven't studied it much from the end-user's POV, but otherwise it works pretty well.
Works great, thanks!
Does nothing that LebreOffice Draw cannot do! Sneaky
Doesn't install. It tried, but froze on "removing" in the upper right corner. Best regards :-)
Everything you do alerts to a watermark on your pdf. This developer if underhanded and missleading, this is a free very limited version. The full version is 69.00. LibreOffice DRAW does this all for free, with out being underhanded. It appears to do much more. It allows text editing and moving text boxes around. Stay away from Master PDF Editor.
Versatile, and works very well with Linux Mint. Trial version is fully functional but with a watermark. The licensed version isn't cheap, but it's cheaper than the big name Windows/Mac equivalents, and it's the best option for a fully-featured PDF editor on Linux that I've found.
New version released, 5.6.09 - please update repository.
Das Programm arbeitet hervorragend. Es ist kostenpflichtig, doch es bietet viele Funktionen.
Puo fare molte cose , però per utilizzarlo in tutte le sue funzionalità bisogna acquistarlo.Se si devono fare cose semplici si può usare libreoffice
I was a fan of Foxit Reader, but Master PDF Editor is a lot better. At work I have been comparing Foxit Phantom PDF to Adobe DC for form editing. Now that I found Master PDF Editor I will have to compare that if I can get a free trial of the paid version.
The Best PDF editor I found on Linux. It is the only one editor I can work with secure PDF forms :)
It's the best PDF editor for Linux as of April 2020. Yes, you have to pay for full functionality. Taking 1 star off because even though the GUI scales nicely on HiDPI, the mouse cursor is tiny AF for some reason.
Warning: This is not free software, to get full functionality you must buy it.
do not function wiht application installer
I does work great, and it is easy to add text to forms like the Dr.'s form I just filled out. In order to save or print without watermarks you need to register it for $69.95. My work around was to take a screenshot of each half page and insert it into KolourPaint and then print each sheet individually that way. Yeah! No Watermarks. I think it is rude to find out after you've filled out several pages and go to print or save to find out about the watermark issue.
Works great, fully functional PDF Editor. If you are familiar with adobe products the GUI will be familiar.