Bluebeam PDF Revu

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  1. nnthemperor

    nnthemperor Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    PDF Revu is a pretty robust software. How did the Atom processor handle it? Thanks
     
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    If I deactivate the pressure sensitivity (Revu 11) in settings, not work, on Samsung ativ 500t and HP tm2. Is very strange. In earlier versions it worked. In other hand, all is much better in this last version, even on samsung's atom processor.
     
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    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    On the 500T it runs just fine. Panning experience is fairly smooth, inking is perfect as far as I can tell, don't recall lasso select performance though. No 'coasting' or 'touch fling' though on my 500T, which is too bad.
     
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    Thanks. Got it installed on my Vivotab atom and l agree its pretty smooth. The sweetest part is the palm rejection feature which is absent in Pdf annotator
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    Are there any active Revu user on tabletpcreview here?
     
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    I use it a lot, but have not had a tablet for a couple of years.
     
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    Do you know why is that Revu does not remember my selection? For example, if I select highlight, I highlight something, then I undo it, it will go back to Pan, and I have to click highlight again.

    This is very annoying as I have to constantly reselect everything I make a mistake.
     
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    I understand what you are saying and what you want to do.
    I come from an AutoCAD background as did the PDF REVU developers.
    The way Revu operates seems pretty normal to me.
    I see that you have a dialog going with Bluebeam. What you want them to do is allow Undo to be used "transparently" from within the highlight command. This would probably be invoked via a right click context menu. Good luck.

    My work around for you problem is: If you notice an error when highlighting, continue making all of your highlights, then select the erroneous on(s) and erase.
     
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