Whenever I open a pdf file with PDF X-Change Viewer it locks up the source pdf file to edits. Is there a way to open the pdf (with PDF X-Change Viewer) so that it doesn't lock-up the source file --- perhaps as a shell command with an option?
The background: I use LaTeX to edit my pdf files, and preview the result with PDF X-Change Viewer.
If you try to open a PDF link in Chromium, you'll quickly discover that the browser downloads the source file instead of opening it in a built-in PDF viewer. This happens because Chromium lacks the closed-source PDF module found in Google Chrome. Fortunately, there is a simple fix to this problem.
If you need a small, lightweight DWG viewer application, you can use this DWGSee DWG Viewer Pro 2011. This software lets you browse, view and measure the DXF, DWG Autocad file formats. You can also print the DXF and DWG using this DWGSee DWG Viewer Pro version 2.87.
GTKWave is a fully featured GTK+ based waveform viewer which reads FST, LXT, LXT2, VZT, and GHW files as well as standard Verilog VCD/EVCD files and allows their viewing. GTKWave is developed for Linux, with ports for various other operating systems including Microsoft Windows (either natively as a Win32 application or via Cygwin), and Mac OS X targeting either X11 or Quartz.
The Eye of GNOME image viewer is the official image viewer for the GNOME Desktop environment. With it, you can view single image files, as well as large image collections. The Eye of GNOME supports a variety of image file formats. The GdkPixbuf library determines which file formats Eye of GNOME can load and save.
The best piece of software for simple cropping of images seems (to me) to be Shotwell Photo Viewer, especially as I find GIMP's cropping methods (AutoCropping & Zealous Cropping) incomprehensible. I can start Shotwell Photo Viewer by right clicking the image file (in Nautilus).