At least as late as version 3.2.4, there was an option in Neoreader's "PDF Settings" to toggle "automatically import embedded data" to make highlights, annotations and scribbles on documents made on other platforms (e.g. in Acrobat Reader on PC, WPS on Surface...) available and editable in Neoreader. When toggled, this import was executed automatically on each document openend in Neoreader.
Now this function seems to be gone. There is, however, a function to manually import embedded data in the document menu (single tap on the center of the document, menu in top right corner, select "import embedded data"). But this needs to be executed manually and individually for each document, each time an edit is made in the document on an external platform.
Why has the option to do this automatically been removed? Are there plans to bring it back? It's really a pain in the ass to have to do this manually over and over again for each single document...
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