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Old 01-20-2011, 06:54 AM   #16
sanjaydelhi
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If I would have asked question in wrong way, it would have been in pointed out in the first post itself. Because it is not pointed out in the first post itself, so the question is not asked in wrong way. You are trying to do damage control on someone's mistake in answering question. It is visible.

And I not only know how to ask question but also know how to answer question. This is new forum to me because I am new to linux. But I am active in other forums where I am senior than you may think of. I answer and help people. I never tell them type A B C D in google and hit enter. No forums are made to teach people who to use google. That is rude way to answer anyone. I could have accepted it if you knew certain solution to my problem. But you do not know it and you are asking me type A,B,C,D at google and hit enter. And if I say no it is not right way to answer then it hurt your ego. Wow !!!

What difference it will make to me if you add me to ignore list?? It only tells me you are reluctant to learn how to answer question. Your ego is bigger than anything else in the world and to protect it, you will stretch to any level. Think over it, it will not help you in future.

Anyway I am glad to accept your invitation in your ignore list. It will certainly save my time in future.
 
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Old 10-03-2011, 08:08 AM   #17
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Such answers are not all helpful...

You are right sanjay. Even I believe that the way how anisha answered your question was not correct. Most of the people who started using linux will become an expert google-searcher in few days, otherwise he/she cannot survive with linux. So simply saying like "put these words in google" will never serve the purpose. By the way, those key words given by anisha did not serve any purpose for the question. The blog which appears at the top as a result of searching says nothing about a linux tool for pdf annotation or highlighting. Please at least carefully read a blog when you open that. At least you can study something from that. PDF-Xchange viewer is a windows based tool, and buddy you need wine to run that. If someone really likes native linux tools, and those who really dislike the killing sluggishness of wine's behaviour would never ever choose such a tool. I dont understand, why people cant just keep quiet if they know nothing. And to sanjay, Even I am in a search of a decent tool. Till this time I could not find it. The only one which I found was Xournal. That is ok but not really good.
 
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