Prior to the release of 3.2, using PDF Highlighter with NLP (natural language processing) tools was inefficient and couldn’t guarantee 100% precision. Before 3.2, it was necessary to parse NLP output to extract key terms and phrases and then feed Highlighter a query file containing potentially hundreds of long phrases (e.g. whole sentences) you wanted marked in PDF. Thus, highlighting a single document with a few hundred pages could take minutes to complete—far from ideal.
We are pleased to announce that with PDF Highlighter 3.0 release we added support for integration with dtSearch Publish created searchable meadia.
PDF Highlighter 2.7 comes with a new shiny feature - sending email with the highlighted document directly from the PDF viewer!
As you're probably already aware of it, our PDF Highlighting Viewer is created on a top Mozilla's PDF.js project. PDF.js is a great tool to render PDF documents in a web browser, on desktop or mobile. Unfortunately, printing from PDF.js is hardly usable because content is printed blurred. There's a number of open bug reports related to this in Mozilla's issue tracker: