PDF is not designed to be an editable format.
Importing in LibreOffice Impress causes the PDF objects to be converted to LO objects that match as best as possible. This inevitably leads to changes because of incomplete mapping and conversion between the objects in these fundamentally different file formats. These changes may be less or more disrupting ...
Probably, in your ~/.bashrc or in your ~/.profile there is a command that adds /snap/bin to the $PATH without previously checking if it is still in the $PATH.
Consider that duplicated entries in $PATH variable doesn't have any impacts when you run a command that is in your $PATH. Slowdown may be present on the other hand when you run a command not in $PATH (...
If you asked your question today is it safe to assume that you installed LibreOffice 7?
In any case you can just open the LibreOffice main launcher (from which you can create a document, spreadsheet, Drawing, or whatever, or, open a file.
Forget any import plugins. Just open any pdf file and LibreOffice will open it in Draw. Your pdf file will open. You ...
Full credit to Don Prince for a comprehensive and effective solution from this link http://blog.pagefault-limited.co.uk/remove-snapd-from-ubuntu-kubuntu-20-04-and-restore-chromium-apt-deb-package
I recommend you run the commands individually. Some you won't need, and for some you may need one or two extra lines.
Run the exploratory informational commands ...
Using "alternative" temp dirs doesn't solve the problem that the path "/tmp/foo" can not be resolved by e.g. chromium browser.
This fatally breaks other apps which store something in /tmp and then use e.g. gnome-open to run the user's browser to view it -- if the user's browser is a snapped chromium. The path given to the browser is /tmp/...
which software should I use in Ubuntu to add images in PDF files?
I've used it for years to sign documents using a transparent png and fill in fields. It's a little clunky, maybe, but it works very well. I think it was intended for use on tablets with a stylus to make drawings, but it supports "PDF Annotation" as well.
PDF Annotater is ...
Wanted to know which is the way to get it with the latest stable changes?
I would say it's your call. Both are maintained by Microsoft developers and are updated simultaneously.
I usually install via apt, but snap is listed first here, is there any advantage?
The definition of advantage varies from user to user. But this might answer your question, If a ...
As I was writing the question, I quickly realized I could use the snapshot commands:
$ snap help
Snapshots: saved, save, check-snapshot, restore, forget
Looks like I need to find the saved snapshots with saved and then forget it.
$ sudo snap saved
Set Snap Age Version Rev Size Notes
1 app-name 4m30s 1.2.0 25 1.89MB auto
You have to remove Snap'ed cmake by
snap remove cmake
and install deb-packaged version by
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install cmake
sudo apt-add-repository universe
sudo apt-get install cmake-extras
and then restart VSCode.
If you install with snap, you can add the flag --channel=edge, or just --edge, to get the newest release. The reason it isn't available by default is because it hasn't been tested enough to be considered "stable" by Snap. That doesn't mean it hasn't been tested by the application developers.
In my experience, The edge release is usually the same ...