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Old 20th April 2010
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Could people kindly share their experience in filling in PDF forms. I am an OpenBSD so Acrobat 8.0 and above is not an option for me. In general I use mupdf to see pdf documents. I do have xpdf installed on my desktops as Xfig dependency but non of these two viewers can edit PDF forms. I am looking for a
simple solution.

I do not use Scribus so I am curious how good is Scribus in creating those PDF
forms i.e. embedding Java Script into PDF.

Thank you.

P.S. Is PDFedit getting any better to use. I recall it was a nightmare couple a years ago. If they still use Qt3 libraries I can try to port it to OpenBSD but it would be a major project.

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