Alle lunedì 21 luglio 2008, Pierre Habouzit ha scritto: > On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 07:21:12PM +0000, Ana Guerrero wrote: > > On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 09:03:42PM +0200, Pierre Habouzit wrote: > > > On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 05:44:23PM +0000, Moritz Muehlenhoff wrote: > > > > On 2008-07-19, Ana Guerrero <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > > > Hi! > > > > > > > > > > -okular, the new KDE 4 document viewer. (source split from KDE 4's > > > > > kdegraphics) > > > > > > > > Is it indended to replace or accompany kpdf for Lenny? > > > > > > I hope not, okular isn't a decent replacement for kpdf for me yet. > > > > seriuosly? first time I have read somebody prefer kpdf over okular. > > Seriously: > + navigation of hyperlinks is badly broken (doesn't jump in the proper > places e.g.);
Bug reported but never been able to reproduce myself. > + I *hate* the left widget with silly icons that eat horizontal space > for no good reason, and miss the previous "sliding" widget that > implemented the very same in kpdf, and it's a big no-go for me, I've > a small screen on my laptop ; The "silly" icons have a reason for being there, but given what you said, telling the reason is pointless. Anyway, 22px is a so huge problem? > + there are quite a few annoying glitches with the thumbnail > navigation too, I don't recall which though. ? > And there are quite a few quirks that are irritating beyond words, > when you work with huge PDFs files (lots of norms, POSIX documentation, > and whatnot) on a hourly basis. And do you hope that the "few quirks that are irritating" will automagically solve themselves during the night? I'll tell you what's "irritating": users that don't speak even if forced, but they do really complain (even a lot) about the state of things. This will NOT help us (and you probably know that). > Kpdf may lack a few fancy thingies, but the UI is overall more > polished. Huge POV; many other users actually think the opposite. > Like we say in france, the devil is in the details. okular is > gross compared to what kpdf does for now. Cool with words, eh. It's not like we tried to improve it, to get "gross" back. -- Pino Toscano
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