[Okular-devel] [Bug 293121] New: keep fit to page setting when reopening

Yngve Levinsen yngve.levinsen at gmail.com
Thu Feb 2 09:05:41 UTC 2012


           Summary: keep fit to page setting when reopening
           Product: okular
           Version: 0.5.81
          Platform: Chakra
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: minor
          Priority: NOR
         Component: general
        AssignedTo: okular-devel at kde.org
        ReportedBy: yngve.levinsen at gmail.com

Version:           0.5.81 (using KDE 4.7.4) 
OS:                Linux

I feel this is a bit minor, but I feel it is one of those things that would
improve the experience of using Okular. Don't worry though, it is already the
best document viewer I've seen by a good margin ;)

I mostly use the "fit to page" setting, but whenever I reopen Okular it is back
to "fit to width". I've noticed that most other settings, like e.g. "continuous
scrolling" or "two page view" are kept when Okular is reopened, but not this
one. Perhaps you have a good reason for doing so, but for me it feels ever so
slightly annoying (emphasis on slightly).

Reason is many documents I view (most commonly pdf slides), almost fit one page
perfectly inside the window. What happens then is that when I have "fit to
width", the pages are "flickering" in an uncomfortable manner when I scroll.

Again, this is a minor thing but I would be very happy if you could fix it. I'm
marking this minor as a result.

Thank you for making this awesome application! :)

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
Open document. Select "fit to page". Close Okular and reopen a document.

Actual Results:  
The setting is back to "fit to width".

Expected Results:  
Setting kept as it was previously, "fit to page".

OS: Linux (x86_64) release 3.1-CHAKRA
Compiler: gcc

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