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This is the early beginning of an attempt to provide a PDF filereader/viewer for the Linux desktop that isn't such a pain to use.Yes, there is evince and epdfview. But they are bad. What I mean:1. Some very common actions (such as jumping to a particular page) haveno keyboard bindings.2. What keyboard bindings there are consist of multiple modifier keys sorelief from carpal-stressing mouse handling is slight.3. Making the preceding points worse, tab order in the interface isinconsistent or wrong.4. There is no browser-like breadcrumb feature - you cannot visit adifferent place in the document and then return with a simple click orkeystroke.5. (A pet issue of mine) When reading a document with bookmarks, thepage view and the bookmark view are not synchronized. Meaning when yougo to a spot by clicking on a bookmark, then do a couple of page-up orpage-down in the page window, then you switch back to the bookmarkwindow and hit a key, you're dumped to where you started.Etc., the list goes on. To use them is torture, and it is all the moreembarassing that Acrobat Reader gets most of these points right. Itfeels like 2002 again and the long wait for Mozilla, except this timethere seems to be no Mozilla in sight.I honestly considered improving epdfview and contributing my changesback, but its author seems to be offline and so is the SVN repo.Besides, it is written in C++ :-Pevince is out of the question for me because of its heavy Gnomedependencies.Ian Zimmermangpg public key: 1024D/C6FF61ADfingerprint: 66DC D68F 5C1B 4D71 2EE5 BD03 8A00 786C C6FF 61ADhttp://www.gravatar.com/avatar/c66875cda51109f76c6312f4d4743d1e.pngRule 420: All persons more than eight miles high to leave the court.