charles meyer schrieb:
I’m not sure if Libre Paint or Gimp is the best tool for this task and
that’s OK if there is a less-robust but better suited tool.
"Libre Paint" ?
So, many tasks in life are about using the best tool for the job, not
necessarily the best tool all around.
I’d like to select an area in a graphic file (e.g. .pdf) and change
the background from white to yellow.
Ex. I have a magazine article in pdf and I’d like to “yellow highlight
the characters in certain words like one would do if they used a
Hi-Liter on the print version.
Then I would use Acrobat Reader. It has the feature "highlight".
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