Zacchiroli: working with FSF on Debian Free-ness assessment
Posted Jul 4, 2012 19:26 UTC (Wed) by anselm
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I don't know for sure if the above also applies to Okular but I suspect
it does, with the obvious substitution of Qt for Gtk.
Okular is really a pretty good PDF viewer. It used to be much more usable than Adobe Reader until Adobe Reader learned to re-load PDF files that had changed while being displayed. It does thumbnails, tables of contents and PDF forms. It does side-by-side display of pages. It's quite fast. It does selections as text or graphics. It does annotations. It has a fairly nice presentation mode. It will even read your document to you. It is in fact one of the more obvious reasons to use KDE in the first place.
I use Okular every day and I'm pretty sure I haven't started Adobe Reader for three months or so – there's no need.
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