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I sometimes use pdfxchange for windows when I want to study pdf files, as I am able to comment, draw stuff, highlight, etc.

Is there any software that could do that (for either Windows or Linux) for djvu files in a simple, straightforward way (as how pdfxchange handles PDF files)?

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Linux: According to this forum from a year ago, there are two options in Linux: djvusmooth and the GNU ELPA djvu package.

Windows: WinDjView has user annotations.

Mac: I don't know of any.

And of course, if you only have a few DjVu files, there is always the option of converting to PDF and then using your favorite PDF viewer.

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Are you sure that zathura can do that? I've been using it for a while now and I can't see how it does.. – geo909 Apr 21 '15 at 13:56
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No, I was basing that off what I read on the zathura website, but now that I revisit it I think I made a mistake. I've edited my answer. (If you find d that it's possible, feel free to edit back.) – Jess Riedel Apr 21 '15 at 15:36

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