Interface confuse. Je préfère de loin Master PDF editor
It just does the job. Together with PDF Chain it's perfect
Very so so compared to its Windows version. Hope this improves quickly. Not very useful at this point, I still copy the files to USB and work in Windows, then copy them back...
For me PDFEdit does works just fine. I can edit PDF pages easily, change text, remove pages. Ideal tool!!
Doesn't have half of what Acrobat Pro has, missing critical things...
Garbage. LibreOffice Draw is way better than this and even that isn't that great for editing PDF
The worst nightmare I've ever had. There is no "undo" function. It cannot select/highlight the correct texts. It crashes a lot when I try to strike-through the texts. For anyone wanna create Markups on PDF, I suggest you use Xournal.
OK so far. Continue to sometime use the online http://www.pdfescape.com but it is a little quirky.
Did not work for me on Linux Mint 11 Katya
It does the job. There's room for improvement.
komplizierte bedienung. ist aber trotzdem praxistauglich hier deselbe meinung.
Doesn't work for me (Mint 9)
I wanted to rotate a few PDFs generated by scanner, and PDFEdit worked like a charm. 3 Keystrokes per file: F3 (open file) Ctrl+[ (rotate 270 degrees) F2 (save file); and I was done. (writing this review took longer :)
Easy to add text etc., smooth user interface, fast on my Lenovo laptop
komplizierte bedienung. ist aber trotzdem praxistauglich
Better than nothing
Tricky user interface, but after some practise it does it's job