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zathura - pdf viewer -------------------- zathura is a pdf viewer based on the poppler pdf rendering library. This is the "escherdragon" fork of zathura. It contains several improvements compared with the original: * Real viewport-wise pagination: the original zathura allows to move across a document in chunks that may be only of two sizes: whole pages and half pages. This fork takes into consideration the size of the current viewport (i.e. the length of the currently displayed fragment of the page), and allows to scroll it in fragments of that size. * Markers and bookmarks record not only the page they were on when set, but also the exact position they were at. Additionally, bookmarks keep record of the scale of the page, so they are restored exactly as they looked like when set. * Slightly improved keybindings (e.g. "b" and Backspace for paging back) and mouse navigation in fullscreen mode. * "Page flipping": when in fullscreen mode, press "e" to rotate the current viewport 180 degrees. This is *very* useful when reading on a laptop while lying in bed ;-) I've submitted patches for most of these features to the author of zathura, so maybe it's only a matter of time for them to become available in the official version (or maybe not). Requirements ------------ poppler-glib (>= 0.12.3) cairo (>= 1.8.8) gtk2 (>= 2.18.6) glib2 (>= 2.22.4) Please note that you need to have a working pkg-config installation and that the Makefile is only compatible with GNU make. And also note that rst2man from python-docutils is needed to build zathurarc.5. If it is not installed, zathurarc.5 won't be built. Configuration ------------- You can modify some parts of zathura by editing the config.h file Installation ------------ Customise config.h according to your wishes and run the following command to build and install zathura: make install Uninstall: ---------- To delete zathura from your system, just type: make uninstall Use zathura ----------- Just run: zathura <file>