On 28.01.2023 17:37, Pablo Rodriguez via ntg-context wrote:

> Using Fedora 37 (and having just installed Okular), I see that
> annotations are tricky to open in Okular.
> First you have to select the Annotations tab on the left pane, go to the
> annotation and then right-click on it to open (the pop-up note).
> Evince has a more effective approach: double-clicking on the icon opens
> the note (afaIk, this is similar to Acrobat).

Right you are, it works with your method, thanks! 
I think the students have Evince so perhaps it's the best solution in
the absence 
of copiable spaces in verbatim mode. 
Thanks again! 
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