Almost as slow (if not slower) than the default pdf viewer that comes with mint (and that is SLOW). I was expecting more.
Best one paired with Recoll. Also lists ALL search results which I find super helpful while searching within an ebook. Okular or Foxit don't handle these things very well.
Middle click for hand tool dude. Control + mousewheel zooms too.
Needs hand tool, a staple of PDF readers since at least the early 2000s.
Quick and clean, but doesn't keep view settings when selecting page from index, that's annoying
LM18 KDE: Gefällt mir besser als Okular - Schlank und aufgeräumt - Super
Отлично. Просто и работает!!!!
After lo these many years of GNOME project neglect, evince is still feature crippled. NO MULTIPLE TAB SUPPORT - wth? Zooming is awkward and sometimes doesn't work. The only decent PDF viewer for Linux I've found is (closed source and free) Foxit Reader.
Seems to do all the things I need.
Thow it's good, it's not that good. I can not see some parts from a PDF single page invoice. I had to use the browser to see it.
This is an incredible app, it's terrific!. But you need to know the anotations are made with "f9" key
Very good app. Simple, ease to use and fast!
Rápido y sencillo aunque a veces no se lleva bien con grandes archivos.
very good app simple and easy to use working good fast and smooth just one thing it can improve with some view option like night view for better reading experience at night
simple yet very useful
Unstable on several builds/distros, and prone to crashing. With a focus on a simple element of displaying media, the program should be patched well before release. Okular is my choice for PDF viewing.
strange black on photos when on print preview mode and on prints! interesting
Good but not as good as e.g. 'Okular' where highlighting, underlining, adding, copying some text a.o. is concerned. Students e.o. need to be able to do these basic things. And they have to be able to read the changed pdf's afterwards on different computer systems with different operating systems.