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  1. saintdanbert

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    Does anyone know how to open and manipulate the *.snb files created by the Samsung S-Note app. ** I use a linux workstation, not win-dose. **

    My workstation is a Tablet-PC and there is a stylus app called 'xournal' on my desktop. I'd love to be able to share digital ink between all three of my devices.

    S-Note lets me export to PDF or JPEG and xournal lets me markup those files. Once I've added the markup "digitial ink" I can send a modified PDF or JPEG back to the phone or tablet: desktop adds ink to phone or tablet image; phone or tablet adds ink to desktop image; repeat. While real close to what I want, I'm looking for details such that I might convert between 'xournal' files and S-Note files and get true ink sharing.

    I use both a Galaxy Note phone and a Note tablet. I also use a "tablet" PC with Linux.

    Merci d'avance,
    ~~~ 0;-Dan
     

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    S Notes Sync with Google Drive so you can access it from a PC.
     

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