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Old 08-05-2003, 12:32 AM   #1
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Question KGhostView (pdf viewing question)

Hello all,

I'm running mandrake 9.0.

KGhostView version 0.13.1 for loading and viewing PDF's.

On Windows using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can load the pdf and use the scroll bar to go through the whole document.

In KGhostView it only allows you to view one page at a time as far as I can tell. Page 1....scroll through then you have to go over to the left hand side and click on page 2, so on and so forth.
Does anyone know how to get KGhostView to be able to just scroll through a whole document with out having to view one page at a time?


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