Re: evince -2.32 new features
- From: Pablo Rodríguez <oinos web de>
- To: evince-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: evince -2.32 new features
- Date: Thu, 07 Oct 2010 21:52:20 +0200
On 10/07/2010 07:20 PM, Carlos Garcia Campos wrote:
Excerpts from Pablo Rodríguez's message of jue oct 07 16:02:37 +0200 2010:
Zooming cannot be higher than 400% (which is the maximum in version 2.30).
Well, it depends on the document, now the pixbuf cache is dynamic,
so the maximum zoom level depends on the page size. For example, with
this document where the page size is really small, you can zoom up to
6400%. Maybe we could increase the cache size so that for documents
with usual page sizes like letter or A4 you can get higher zoom
Thanks for your reply, Carlos.
I guess that heading to a proper implementation in poppler would be the
right way to go.
There is no way to add annotations to PDF documents.
You need a newer poppler, 0.15.x
Ok, then it would be better to explain that adding annotations requires
poppler unstable in
I have already reported this before:
contains an annotation on the first page. It is open, but somehow evince
doesn't display it (acroread displays it fine).
I can see the annot, but not the popup window, I don't know why,
though. The annot is not clickable because the area is empty, see how
the annot rectangle is defined:
/Rect [ 66.663 622.572 66.663 622.572 ] /Subtype /Text /Type /Annot
this means x1 = x2 and y1 = y2.
Ok, PDF document is faulty, but acroread displays it (acroread-9.4
doesn't even warn about this).
I guess that evince/poppler should display this annotation also.
Thanks for your help,
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