New question #667871 on qpdfview:
https://answers.launchpad.net/qpdfview/+question/667871

Thanks!
qpdfview is great for reading/reference purpose (as opposed to quick viewing) 
without being cumbersome in the way some "library based" e-book readers are.

Per question #221717, a separate tabs table for keeping "sessions" would be 
great.
But also, it would be great if qpdfview could keep several bookmark + per-file 
databases too, named and completely independent. Perhaps either integrated or 
associated by name with the default "session" tabs table, i.e. just like 
database is now, but allowing to switch between them; the bases could be 
discovered in the default database path (or a list of paths in config, to 
support removable devices), or added and selected via command line. One for 
work, one for books, one for your favorite RPG, that sort of thing. Having 
documents for different purpose listed in different bases could immediately 
improve several areas, from reducing bookmark clutter to greater portability 
between computers.
The latter could be also improved by adding separate sets of associated base 
paths, relative to which the files recorded in the database are supposed to be 
located (even if those are from repositories, different distros sometimes place 
things in different places). Also, this would make it easier to move stuff 
around (e.g. from ".../downloaded" to ".../archive").
But even switching between databases alone could help a lot.

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