The latest test version works the same way. Actually, I find this more
convenient (if slightly counter-intuitive) than the regular release,
despite the bug.
Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2016 00:51:37 +0200
From: Christiaan Hofman <cmhof...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Skim-app-users] up arrow issue
To: For general discussion about using Skim
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I?ve put another test version in the same location. Could you try that
On Oct 11, 2016, at 23:17, Christiaan Hofman <cmhof...@gmail.com> wrote:
On Oct 11, 2016, at 21:51, Guillaume Daudin <gdau...@mac.com
Ah, I might have mixed things up (I am using the French version).
shift+cmd+R is Automatically Resize and
cmd+_ is zoom to fit ?
That?s correct (auto resize is "keep zoomed to fit", rather than a one
time zoom to fit).
Anyway, whether I do one or the other it does not change the issue I
have with the "annotated" file.
I am indeed on Single Page. I do not have the issue when I do ?Page
Unique en continu? (which is probably "continuous scrolling").
The keyboard up arrow (nor page up) does not navigate at all (the
buttons work fine).
The down arrow works like a charm.
That?s really weird, as the implementations are the exact mirror image
of each other.
I wish I knew why tis was happening, but I don?t, so I fear I cannot fix
this. All I can hope Apple will fix this, though they didn?t in 10.11,
and they didn?t in 10.12.
Ah. Zooming out (or in) solves the issue (well, my text is too small/big
It works fine with the test version you put on forge, except that when I
zoom in (but not in zoom to fit), up and down arrows + space and
shift_space work strangely. E.g. space takes me to the bottom of the
page and then the preceding page rather than the following one. down
arrow to the top and then the following page ?
Thanks for testing this. So apparently PDFKit still works the same way
it did on 10.11, which means buggy. Even if Apple assured me they fixed
it, for the second time, and they lied, again.
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