So guys, I'm answering some question from a school test (saved in .pdf) and I would like to do it like I did once on Okular, using a cursor-pen to mark the alternatives. Like on this screenshot from Okular official website. As you can see, he traced the title with a cursor-pen, this is what I want to do. And I'm using Ubuntu 11.10 not Kubuntu.
Okular is unusable when opening PDF files larger than 10 Mb ( Smaller files (~3 Mb) can be opened successfully). It freezes for a few minutes when opening PDFs, and then freezes again for about a minute when scrolling half a page. Other viewers ( Evince/Qpdfviewer/Chrome) can open those files ( and larger ones) easily.
The Calligra Suite is an unusual compilation of office tools with much potential -- but it has a good deal of maturing to do before it can advance beyond its mediocre performance following a debut almost three years ago. Calligra is a fork of KDE's KOffice that grew out of unresolved disputes among KOffice developers. The project team recently announced the second stable release.
Thanks loqsI should have found the thread myself.The issue is fixed now in KDE 4.13.2 and both mobi and epub worksupgrading kdegraphics-okular
New optional dependencies for kdegraphics-okular
ebook-tools: mobi and epub support [installed]
Calligra 2.5.3, an integrated suite of applications for office, creative and management needs, has been released on November 7.
Highlights of Calligra 2.5.3:
• Force lower case letters for object identifiers (except for widget names);
• Database Support Library has been implemented;
• A possible data loss of compacted files, which occurred when tools crash or fail for any reason,
vim is capable of reading compressed files (for common methods, at least). However, it sees Debian package files as binary gibberish. The Archive Manager tool can, however, open package files and show them like normal archives. What can I do to make vim open package files like other archives?