"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."
"I was using this on Ubuntu, and it worked really well. I used desktopeditors --force-scale=2 to change the UI to a scale more suitable for HiDPI monitors. However, that doesn't work on LM20 for me, and nor does right clicking on a doc to open in OnlyOffice. Maybe it's because on LM it's the Flatpack version, and on Ubuntu it's the Snap version."
"Does the job most of the time, but I've found there are occasionally minor errors and inconsitencies when creating a PDF."
"I love this little app and have been using it for years. However, note that this is PDFshuffler 1.4.2 'transtitional package'. I don't know what that means, but it didn't work on my recent install of Linux Mint 20. I needed the later version, now called 'PDFarranger', version 1.6.0. It's further down the list of apps. "