Re: what about acroread in squeeze i386?
On Mon, 2010-03-01 at 09:08 +0100, Francesco Pietra wrote:
> Unfortunately, for dealing with most editors of scientific journals,
> and for personal use of the scientific literature, either as author or
> referee, neither the readers you mention, nor any one other I know
> except acroread, are enough. Because of these problems (which are not
> unique to acroread), most my colleagues have turned to either
> Microsoft or Apple for the desktop. I intend to stick to Debian also
> for the desktop, but such affairs are wasting our time. We can not
> devote more time to have acroread running than for a scientific code.
> At present, the second task has become easier that the trivial affair
> of having office tools running.
Umm... what exactly is wrong with xpdf? I use it routinely, authoring
and refereeing. I find it light and fast. evince works too, though I
find xpdf faster. I do not understand your problem.