I have just started using Okular and I love it. It has a lot of functionality that I need when I am in pdfs and it already opens up epubs automatically. How to I get it to open pdfs by default instead of "Document Viewer?"
Hey friends i am a student and i am trying to design a reader program which can read all type of document files (e.g. .doc, .text, .pdf, etc) for my android phone,
This is my first serious project and i don't know what i need to do, also tell me it is reliable or not ?
please tell me where from i should start ?
I've got a PDF document that I would like to be able to read... but for some reason a number of the embedded pictures and graphs don't display cleanly when opened in evince or okular on Ubuntu 13.04 (they display normally in Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows 7).
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.
I have always be confused that why the file manager in Linux can not stop the apps opening on single file duplicated at the same time?
Be more clearly what I want to do is stop the Pdf file reader Okular from opening the file A.pdf again because I have already opened it.
When it comes to text search within a pdf document, pretty much all pdf reader software support it (be it Adobe Reader or any third-party pdf viewer). However, it becomes tricky when there are more than one pdf document to search. This tutorial describes how to search multiple pdf documents for text by using recoll.
I want a stable PDF reader that has vim-like hotkeys and have tried several different ones. Zathura was probably the best of the lot, however, it crashes often, and so it is not long before I find myself opening large pdf files in document viewer once more.I wonder if there is any way to alter and add hotkey to the document viewer app.