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Marrko
01-20-2012, 11:01 AM
I have a few questions related to making annotations on M92:
(a) Can it be done using a virtual keyboard?
(b) Will Polish characters be supported?
(c) How exactly the annotation will be presented on a page?
(d) Can such annotations be extracted or exported to a PC?

Mono
01-22-2012, 09:18 AM
I have a few questions related to making annotations on M92:
(a) Can it be done using a virtual keyboard?
(b) Will Polish characters be supported?
(c) How exactly the annotation will be presented on a page?
(d) Can such annotations be extracted or exported to a PC?

a) No, you cannot write your own note. You only can select section of text and name it using virtual keyboard. Workaround, you coul place short note to name.
b) Yes, virtual keyboard supports Polish characters. I guess all of them.
c) The selected text is printed in inverse mode - white on black.
d) No. At least there is not straitforward way to do it.

Maybe in future releases of firmware, but I wouldn't rely on it. It might come, or not.... Nobody, knows.

I prefer annotation by scrible notes. Alike as if I read the paper with a pensil in a hand...

KillerRabbit
01-22-2012, 10:49 AM
What file formats currently support scribble notes?

Maybe I have just missed it, but I haven't been able to find a clear list of what formats are supported for scribbling.

Thanks!

Mono
01-22-2012, 11:07 AM
What file formats currently support scribble notes?


To my understanding it does not depend only on format, but also on viewer you use...

pdf in Adobe works fine, you can even create a new pdf with scribles included and use it on PC or elsewhere.

I do not use doc. I prefer convert doc to pdf before I load it to M92.

If you are interested in a particular format, I can test it. Please, upload also the files in those format, I have only pdf and doc...