[gentoo-user] pdf viewer

2015-01-02 Thread lee
Hi, what do you as PDF viewer? Most of the time, I was using xpdf, and that doesn't seem to be available in Gentoo. I compiled it from source and found out that it cannot display PDFs so well and gives error messages about not being able to find fonts. Pdfpc isn't a good alternative

Re: [gentoo-user] pdf viewer

2015-01-02 Thread wabenbau
not being able to find fonts. Pdfpc isn't a good alternative. I use app-text/atril. Works well for me. Regards wabe

Re: [gentoo-user] pdf viewer

2015-01-02 Thread Zesen Qian
lee l...@yagibdah.de writes: Hi, what do you as PDF viewer? Most of the time, I was using xpdf, and that doesn't seem to be available in Gentoo. I compiled it from source and found out that it cannot display PDFs so well and gives error messages about not being able to find fonts. Pdfpc

Re: [gentoo-user] pdf viewer

2015-01-03 Thread the
messages about not being able to find fonts. Pdfpc isn't a good alternative. I was using evince, now moved to zathura. Both are as slow as hell though, so I'm open for faster alternatives. -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v2 iQEcBAEBCAAGBQJUp6KvAAoJEK64IL1uI2hayS4H

Re: [gentoo-user] pdf viewer

2015-01-03 Thread Mick
error messages about not being able to find fonts. Pdfpc isn't a good alternative. I was using evince, now moved to zathura. Both are as slow as hell though, so I'm open for faster alternatives. llpp looks fast and versatile, but I hadn't heard of it until now - thanks Zesen. I'm using mupdf

Re: [gentoo-user] pdf viewer

2015-01-03 Thread Andrew Savchenko
to find fonts. Pdfpc isn't a good alternative. For advanced actions (e.g. pdf notes editing, pdf fields editing, work with pdf indexes and so on) I use evince. When I need something simple (e.g. to read pdf books) I use mupdf. Another bonus of mupdf is unlimited scale of pdf pages (limited only