Originally Posted by Defenderland
No, no, i'm talking about annotations that are stored in SQLlite files like "kodomo" wrote. Didn't you read the link in my first post?
He writes that he can merge them into the PDF (ofcourse not on the M92, but on a PC).
Therefore my questions!!!
And from what i know so far, even the scribbles could be used as references, since they seem to be an added vector graphics as commentary. I don't know where i have seen the picture, but with the appropriate PDF-tool each scribble's line was displayed as a commentary.
This is the only reference where he is talking about sqllite, below is Google's translation for that paragraph
"(Practical example: annotations end up as a vector graphic into a SQLite database with the same name in a hidden subdirectory ... when you move, so the file without moving the database according to 'disappear' the annotation - and reappear when they are moving back to the old place ... if you know it, you can simply mitverschieben but the DB - and they disappear, of course, not even when they are brought together into a new PDF. ... they are simply a part of. pdf ) "
Unless google is dumb in translations komodo is refferring to scribbles using annotations word. What he is indicating there is curnelty done with the "Merge" functions in the reader. You do not need any software on the desktop since the scribbles are merged with the original PDF
Yes you saw my messages here on this forum. I looked at a file that jbaach posted here and I could see that the scribbles where stored in a mysql file (that was before M92, I think it was for M92)
I was also the one who indicated that the scribles are stored as layers ...check my older messages here