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I constantly switch between Windows and Ubuntu and I usually add comments and/or bookmarks in my PDF documents. Now I'm using Adobe PDF and Okular, but the bookmarks, comments and highlighting are not compatible at all, so I only can use them in one of them, having to change the system everytime I need to add something when I'm in Ubuntu.

Okular apparently is in Windows too, but I haven't seen anything more than a mention in the official page. Some ideas? Thank you so much.

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You could use Master PDF Editor, or FoxitReader to do this. The first, will grant to you more functionalities, like objects manipulation, similar to PhantomPDF from Foxit.

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Our software PDF Studio works on Linux, Windows and Mac and is compatible with Adobe PDF specs on all platforms so you can switch back and forth between OSes.

https://www.qoppa.com/pdfstudio/

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If you want to stay with FLOSS Software on Linux. Okular annotations are compatible with Adobe, when correctly used.

You have to use File → Save to save it over the current file or File → Save As... to save it to a new file in order to save annotations in Okular.

https://docs.kde.org/trunk5/en/kdegraphics/okular/annotations.html

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