|Apr 14, 2013, 12:16 PM||#1|
App that can highlight pdf and easily export the annotations
Hi to all,
I am looking for an app that allows to highlight pdfs and then to export thoses annotations so that I can store them in Evernote.
Right now, I use Goodreader but what irks me is that when one exports annotations, each and every one of them comes with:
"-- Page XXX--
Highlight (yellow) date and hour"
This is slightly annoying (I wouldn't mind the Page XXX, but the rest of the text I really don't care).
Do you know of an app that allows for "clean" exports of highlighted text?
|Apr 15, 2013, 03:25 AM||#3|
Argh, that's a pity!
I have just found out that this can be done with Kindle annotations! Thus, it should be doable with annotations in ipad app as well!
In the end, a python script would probably do the trick, but I am not yet proficient enough to do it
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