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Dear Mike,
I'm a classical pianist using two e-ink Onyx boox 3 synchronized bluetooth(book mode).
When I write annotation on the score, they get saved separately, depending on which of the two tablets I'm writing on. 
Is there an option to incorporate all the annotation in just one file? It would be great to be able to visualize the annotations when I'm using a single tablet. I've been searching through all the posts, forum and the new annotation redesign pdf, but I didn't find anything regarding this topic.

Thanks for your great job done already


Thanks for the great job done already!
Not at the moment, unfortunately. Users have asked for the ability to send the annotations over the connection when utilizing the "Connect Tablets" feature, so that's on my list of things to do. For now, you will need to synchronize the device libraries in order to push annotations from one device to the other. This will only work well if you change annotations on one device at a time. Otherwise one device will replace the annotations on the other device during the merge.

Mike
(10-27-2020, 09:17 PM)Alex1982 Wrote: [ -> ]When I write annotation on the score, they get saved separately, depending on which of the two tablets I'm writing on. 
Is there an option to incorporate all the annotation in just one file? It would be great to be able to visualize the annotations when I'm using a single tablet.

My solution to this is: If you have an annotation on an even page, do it twice: Once on the immediately visible page while playing, and once again on the "master" tablet (doing the odd pages for me), from which to draw the library copy to update the slave eventually.

In annotation mode you can page through the normally invisible (even) pages on the master as well. The method is a bit cumbersome, but if it doesn't happen to often ... Wink

Cheers,
Petra