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August 28, 2012 at 2:11 pm #354AnonymousInactive
The Original Note 5.3 and the new 10.1 should be complementary tools for designers. Using the synchronization options with Evernote or Google Drive both can share notes and the information could be available all the time. However, all the notes created or edited in the 10.1 can not be modified in the 5.3.
The problem is that the S-Note of the 10.1 saves the hand drawings as a “.zdib” file and the S-Note of the 5.2 saves them as “.png”. There is no problem with the page sizes, all the notes can be seen in both devices.
¿Do you know a workaround for this issue?
Thanks in advance.August 29, 2012 at 1:02 pm #356Galaxy NoteMember
S Note is saved as snb file by default, which should be readable by Note 10.1. You can open an S Note, then press the menu button (left), choose share via, the select the S Note, then select type as S Note document file (.snb), to copy it to another Note.
Anyway, I have not decided to go for ASUS Transformer infinity or Note 10.1, as I am not happy with the display on Note 10.1 (see this post: why Galaxy Note 10.1 will fail ?), but ASUS does not have S Pen.
So, I currently I cannot test it.August 29, 2012 at 1:18 pm #361AnonymousInactive
Yes, I know about the “.snb” files. But I am going deeper… I am talking about the files inside of the “snb” container.
Yeah, I have read the post. But in my personal opinion, the screen do not impress but do not disappoint. For my work, I prefer S-Pen to a slightly** better ppi
**not noticeable for my poor view, very noticeable by experts and reviewers.August 30, 2012 at 11:11 am #363Galaxy NoteMember
So, if you export a S Note from Note 10.1 (as snb), it cannot be modified in Galaxy Note?
If this is the case, it should be a big shame for Samsung. When I get a Note 10.1 (not decided to go to the infinity, or Note 10.1), I will try.August 30, 2012 at 1:17 pm #364AnonymousInactive
All the S Notes are saved as “snb” files (a zip container) in both devices. You can export them to “pdf” or “jpg” but they will not longer be editable.
Now, when you create or edit a S Note on the 10.1 (the “snb” file is created or gets updated on the 10.1) the hand drawings on the S Note are no longer editable on the 5.3. You can see them, but if you try to edit the note they just disappear (images, figures and text boxes do not have this problem).
Finally, if you do not need the S-Pen precision at all, the infinity should be a better option.
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