> > Fair use doesn't mean it has to be convenient for you.
> True, but the fact that the program is free software does. I expect a PDF
> viewer that I run on hardware I lawfully own to obey my instructions
> unconditionally, regardless of any "specifications" to the contrary. If I
> were willing to let other people decide what my computer does I would run
> Microsoft Windows or Mac OS X.
You point is moot as Okular has a configuration option to disable the feature/bug in question. Free software, like all software, is not a one size fits all proposition. You'll have to adjust settings and configurations to fit your definition of convenience.