Re: replacement for kpdf for kde 4.X?
I´m a KDE4 fan like you but Okular haven´t convinced to me, I like to view my pdf XPDF for a single reason: Okular yet have many troubles with the rendering of this type of files and I don´t know why.
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De: "Arthur Marsh" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Enviados: Domingo, 8 de Febrero de 2009 8:53:10 (GMT-0500) Auto-Detected
Asunto: Re: replacement for kpdf for kde 4.X?
Arthur Marsh wrote, on 08/02/09 23:26:
> Hi, I had problems with lack of working help tool-tips and information
> about copying text from encrypted pdfs in kpdf 0.5.9 using kde 3.5.10 in
> Debian unstable (bug #514238) and was told that nothing would be done as
> "KPDF is frozen solid and no more KDE 3 releases are planned, so it
> cannot be done. (And Okular - KPDF successor in KDE 4 - does that,
> However, Okular (at least the version in unstable) is *way* too slow
> compared with kpdf, and when I reinstalled it and attempted to load a
> pdf via the command line, it crashed (Debian bug #514526). It also
> crashed when I loaded the same pdf (found at
> http://www.acma.gov.au/webwr/_assets/main/lib310648/ecs_disc_paper.pdf )
> by first loading Okular and then selecting the file from the okular file
The fix to this problem was to run
as the user.
> I did also report the bug as http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=183407
> Anyway, I was lead to believe that kde 4.X would not be slower than kde
> What is the best way to achieve a fast, fully-documented pdf reader for
> kde 3.5.X under Debian?
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