• 4 Things to Note about Japanese Annotation

    Annotating text in PDF viewers has been more or less a no-brainer; it’s even better now because such features only require very simple interface access and equally simple drag and click actions. However, when it comes to annotating a different language, particularly the ‘mystical’ East Asian languages, then there might be more than a few things that you want to learn or remember to do efficiently. For Japanese, here are four basic pointers: Clauses and Phrases: Where’s the end? The Japanese language is known to look as if it is an endless stream of text and letters without any spaces, spare for the sentence-ending punctuation marks. Highlighting the needed annotations…