thank you so much for providing such good help.
First of all:
Here´s some info:
Xournal is a program for the simple creation of notes, digital notebooks (e-journals) and sketches, which can also be used to edit PDF files.
It behaves like an image editing program that places a transparent level on a background on which you can write and draw.
Data is stored as a file with the .xoj extension.
This can be provided with a PDF file as a background. There is also a function to export as a PDF file.
The program is particularly practical when using a graphic tablet. Since the graphics library GTK+ is used for the interface, it can also be used under Xfce, Mate and LXDE in addition to GNOME.
- Pen tool
- etching tool
- Font tool
- Text highlighting
- Outline detection
In an existing journal, further pages can be inserted via “Page - New Page before / after”
(from: Xournal › Wiki › ubuntuusers.de # in German, translated via “firefox translations” add-on )
That may very well be the case, Neville.
I´ll ask my friend about it next time we talk again.
Sounds like a very good idea. That I will try, of course.
Thanks also for the links, Neville. I´ll look up the information provided by them.
This could be verified, can´t it?
… by checking the exif data wit
exiftool before and after rotation and then compare the values
That´s certainly a promising command. Thanks Dan.
I used the
mogrify command in the past, but not the
-rotate option. I wouldn´t have thought of that, I have to admit.
I believe I used the command for resizing image files.
Well, not on regular basis, I guess. But that doesn´t matter as we normally connect via
anydesk and so I can introduce the respective command to her.
So it shouldn´t be a problem.
I have to wait for her being availbale though, as she´s a high school teacher and the new school term has just begun.
Thanks again so much to all of you for your help.
Many greetings from Rosika