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Printing sheet music with annotations
#11
Yes, just long press the song and select Print from the overflow menu at the top right of the screen. Annotations are included in the generated document.

Mike
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#12
I guess the easiest for me would be to transfer the pdf (with annotations) to my PC while it is connected to the Companion. Then I can print out easily from there.

Can I do this?

Jeff
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#13
Not at the moment, no. It's a two step process - you have to export the file on the tablet (Share->Export files) so that it will be written out with annotations intact. Then you can just transfer the file to your PC over USB. The reason I can't currently write out annotations on the PC is that the PDF library I'm using only supports Android. I bought another license for it for Windows 10, but it only supports UWP, and the companion app is written in WPF, so the library isn't compatible. At some point I'll have to find a good PDF library for creating new PDFs and embedding annotations that works with WPF.

Mike


UPDATE
It looks like PDFSharp (which is open source and free) has all of the functionality I need to implement exporting files with annotations intact. I'll try to work toward this as time allows. I still need to implement rendering annotations in the companion app as well.
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#14
(04-01-2016, 05:36 AM)Zuberman Wrote: Not at the moment, no. It's a two step process - you have to export the file on the tablet (Share->Export files) so that it will be written out with annotations intact. Then you can just transfer the file to your PC over USB. The reason I can't currently write out annotations on the PC is that the PDF library I'm using only supports Android. I bought another license for it for Windows 10, but it only supports UWP, and the companion app is written in WPF, so the library isn't compatible. At some point I'll have to find a good PDF library for creating new PDFs and embedding annotations that works with WPF.

Mike


UPDATE
It looks like PDFSharp (which is open source and free) has all of the functionality I need to implement exporting files with annotations intact. I'll try to work toward this as time allows. I still need to implement rendering annotations in the companion app as well.

Thanks, Mike!
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