Works well. The only feature I'd like is annotation.
The only things missing: 1. tabbed view of mutliple docs, 2. deleting, extracting pages, 3. merging, splitting pdfs. All the rest work like a charm on Mint 20.1!
I thought this was a pretty good viewer, but now, not so much. A. No way to set single page view as default for PDF. B. In single page mode, viewing a PDF, the SCROLLBAR GOES AWAY. Looking for alternative app now.
Obnoxious PIECE OF CRAP. Does not have ANY useful options. Cannot pan around content: WTH? Cannot zoom in: WTH????? Obnoxiously inadequate!!!!!
I would expect better from the default PDF viewer that comes with Mint. Alas, it is slow with lackluster view options. Unless you're viewing plain-text pdfs, it's completely useless. I'd recommend MuPDF or Okular (or both, depending on your needs)
failed to render some layers of PDF docs. uninstalled
I expected much more from a PDF reader that comes with Linux MInt. There is no dark mode, adjusting the zoom level is annoying as hell to do on the touchpad, and most importantly the autoscroll feature should be configurable, I HATE this feature and cannot disable it! Matterfact this is the reason I'm looking for another PDF reader to replace xreader with.
add Cyrillic plz.....
Кушает очень много RAM памяти
A fair PDF (etc) document viewer that's very light on resources. It's very simple, does the bare necessities but not more than that. Doesn't support highlighting or any kind of annotations.
OK. Sometimes printing is not so well. No good contrast I think.
Amzing Application it support PDF EPUB and more file type..
No option for "highlight / mark" selected text and save with highlighted text.
It is good, customizable and light enough. However it lacks tabbed view.
Shows promise as an evince replacement, though that's damning with faint praise :-). Like many Linux apps it desperately needs MULTIPLE TAB SUPPORT - open multiple PDFs in one program instance.
Buen lector, mejor que el de acrobat windows a mi parecer