I create a libreoffice draw file and export it as a hybrid pdf. How can I see that the pdf file contains an editable Libreoffice file and what program can I use to open it?
The dolphin filemanager (KDE Plasma) does not show any information about this.
Okular, Adobe Reader, mupdf, Foxit Reader, and PDF-XChange Editor do not show an embedded file! See the bugreport here:
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a hybrid pdf with Libreoffice (Draw).
2. Open this file in okular.
3. Click on File menu and see that embedded files is grayed out.
Okular, Adobe Reader, mupdf, Foxit Reader, and PDF-XChange Editor do not show an embedded file! I can't see that it has an editable file and what program I can use to edit it.
I can tell from the icon in the file manager or in the pdf viewer that there is an editable file and which program I can use to edit it.
User Profile Reset: No
I need to be able to see that the pdf file contains a file that I can edit further. I also need to be able to see which program I can use to edit the file (Draw, Writer ...)
The problem doesn't seem to be with the pdf readers.
No, the LibreOffice project "Hybrid PDF" simply embeds an auxiliary stream into the PDF holding the ODF file.
And *only* LibreOffice will open such a "Hybrid PDF" back into its ODF module component.
Other PDF Readers can see the stream, but of course would not recognize that the PDF is a LibreOffice "Hybrid PDF"--and will ignore it and simply open the PDF.
dupe, and see also.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 66580 ***