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Timothy Murphy wrote:
Kevin Kofler wrote:
>> Xdvi on my Fedora-11/KDE machine
>> no longer seems to keep up with changes in the DVI file.
> Sorry, xdvi is not a KDE application, so this is not the best place to ask
> this question. I don't know what's wrong, the people who do are probably
> not on this list.
I realized that xdvi was not a KDE application,
but I thought the problem might be something to do
with communication between desktops in KDE.
Possible, but since xdvi is a pure X11
application (at least I would expect it
to be, I'm not a user of it), I doubt KDE changed anything. I'd say something in
> But hey, what are you doing still using xdvi? Okular FTW! ;-)
Basically, I prefer to use xdvi (and xpdf)
because I am more familiar with them.
To each his own.
But I confess that I also feel that in these as in several other
I'm not convinced that KDE can add anything to well-tried applications.
thing I love about Okular is that it does wrap-around when grab scrolling
(when hitting the bottom of the screen, the mouse goes to the top of the screen
and vice versa). I wish gwenview had this for panning over images…
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