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Xournal

Xournal

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Xournal - A Great Note-Taking Application For Linux Xournal is an amazing little program that has many great purposes, including the situation mentioned above. If you can develop a simple and easy-to-follow organization structure with your notes, this program can easily become one of your must-haves. Best of all, it runs great on Linux! What Is It? Xournal, simply put, is a note-taking Linux application. However, instead of getting a blank box to enter information into, you get a blank piece of “paper” every time you open it up. Jarnal Jarnal is an open-source application for notetaking, sketching, keeping a journal, making a presentation, annotating a document - including pdf - or collaborating using a stylus, mouse or keyboard. It is similar to Microsoft Windows Journal and to the earlier Mimeo whiteboarding and Palm notepad applications. There is also a commercial knockoff of Jarnal called PDF Annotator - for $50 you can enjoy a subset of the capabilities that Jarnal provides for free. Basic installation: You should have java installed on your computer. Download jarnal-install.zip unzip it into a directory of your choosing and run either jarnal.cmd (windows) or jarnal.sh (mac, linux). What is new: A tutorial from Daniel Kopsas.

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Xournal Xournal is a notetaking application written for Linux and other GTK+ platforms. It bears some similarity to Windows Journal, Jarnal and Gournal. It is designed to be used with either a stylus or a mouse. It is also capable of adding annotations to PDF documents.[3] Tools[edit] A "Pen" with optional sensitivity to pressure data from the tablet driver, operating at five different preset thickness levels"Eraser" which can either delete everything in its radius of operation (potentially breaking strokes up), act as a white pen ("whiteout") mode or delete the whole length of any continuous stroke in the affected area"Highlighter", which acts as a semitransparent pen allowing the user to highlight areas of text or imageText tool, allowing insertion of basic blocks of character-based textShape recognizer, which can be enabled alongside with the pen to automatically detect circles, lines and polygons when they are drawn and replace them with a clean version

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PDF Highlighting & Annotations in GNU/Linux: Xournal (or Okular for KDE) SUMMARY/Cheat Sheet (2014 Jan 18) Gnome or other Desktop Environment (DE)? Use Xournal for highlighting, note-taking, etc. For smaller text size comments, use Flpsed, which allows you to adjust size of the text you are superimposing over the PDF background itself (good for filling out non-form PDF permission sheets, applications, etc. Xournal’s text can sometimes be too large and clunky to fit in the space provided in PDF sheets/forms). Update: Ha! Universal Portable Apps for Linux: Introducing Universal ORBs – Orbital-Apps.com We are extremely happy to announce the introduction of Universal ORB Applications for Linux An “Universal ORB” is an Application (ORB) that works natively across the majority of modern Linux distros Download the Apps

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