The Road to KDE 4: Okular and Ligature Document Viewers (KDE.News)
Posted Feb 15, 2007 2:50 UTC (Thu) by aseigo
In reply to: The Road to KDE 4: Okular and Ligature Document Viewers (KDE.News)
Parent article: The Road to KDE 4: Okular and Ligature Document Viewers (KDE.News)
> Most important it misses *html* support.
isn't that best supported by a web browser? i suppose the annotation would
be nice, but i'm really not sure we need another html viewer?
> Couldnt Okular somehow be made to work with
my hope is that eventually most of these annotation type things will be
kept, or at least indexed/mirrored, in a store such as strigi (+nepomuk
for some use cases). this will give broad access to annotations, tags, etc
regardless of the application.
that's almost certainly post-4.0 stuff though.
> currently it only supports PDF and djvu
and ODF. in any case, i believe the annotation support is for the file
format, while okular will let you annotate any file it can open. it just
won't be able to save them into the file (most of those file formats don't
> What would be a universal viewer without search capabilitys from its
it's had search there since kde3, right in the navigation bar. it even
highlights hits in the thumbnails.
> but if somehow it could import/export annotaded copys
i believe this is already on the roadmap, if i recall their presentation
at least year's aKademy in dublin.
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