Another personal itch I scratched. Binaries and source patch attached, if anyone wants them (please read the README before using the scripts - as usual)
Basically, I wanted the option of using different scribble annotation colors.
Therefore, I modified pdf_tools and replaced them by a multi-color version.
Unfortunately, as I have no way of modifying the naboo_reader menu (neither naboo_reader nor gui_shell are open source), I had to do it in a hackish way:
The modified pdf_tools version interpretes stroke 'styles' for black strokes as color information (mapping them to thin lines in red/green/blue/black in the merged PDF).
The scripts allow to switch between the color_pdf_tools hack and Onyx's original version.
@Booxtor: If you could get them to provide me with a firmware version with additional gray-colors enabled (I saw in the source that they defined several levels, but use only black and white for some reason), I would try to integrate this in a better way.
As long as the options for different gray levels are shown in the menu (and the strokes correctly displayed on the original PDFs), I could modify pdf_tools in a way which allows to map the different gray levels to different colors (I tried to pick colors that are distinguishable even on the M92's grayscale screen)...
That being said: I'm actually puzzled they didn't enable different gray levels... I even have the impression that the original pdf_tools version would work with them - and I cannot imagine that they're able to implement different shapes, but not different gray levels (i.e. values in an existing, used variable)
P.S.: Note that the test script relies on the installed set of script_ui_primitives
Last edited by kodomo; 05-17-2012 at 12:49 PM.