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Recent kpdf versions are starting to get fairly full PDF support, but are still quite limited. Working in pre-press and print, I find that even the Linux port of Adobe Reader is a bit too limiting, and the OSS alternatives really aren't up to it.
Sadly, I have yet to see a free PDF viewer that would be even close in quality to acroread when viewing on screen. It's pretty sad. I don't think I would dare trying to read more than a few sentences off the screen -- I have only one pair of eyes.
I keep being puzzled by those news stories appearing every few months on how good free PDF viewers now are. Announcing the problem as "solved", as many seem to do, quite simply does a disservice to the community.
If you are talking about FOSS software then may be. Otherwise there is a huge set of tools for PDF processing under Linux. Just enter your problem edit pdf, pdf form, etc in google to realize the truth.
I remember myself 6 years ago using adobe illustrator to mangle PDF files.
Color management, above all. I'd like to add some missing features on the user level: Please tell me where I can find a PDF viewer for Linux that supports multimedia movies and sound. We know of no such tool, please tell us about one.
Third, would you please tell us a tool that resembles Adobe Illustrator?
Sorry, but pdfedit is not on the same level. Last, but not least: On Linux, the rendering of truetype fonts in Acroread is better, compared to xpdf or kpdf. Personal subscription? Why not both? It's important though to ensure our companies know why we have both - so if they get any stats on usage they understand we use it but just care a lot ; The Linux Journal shuts down Posted Dec 5, UTC Tue by xjtuwjp subscriber, [ Link ] I became a subscriber after this news.
LWN is it now for intelligence and timely information on Linux.
The Linux Journal shuts down Posted Dec 1, UTC Fri by boudewijn subscriber, [ Link ] Unlikely -- they mention having gone into debt, in the same breath as they mention their archives. Their archives, especially from the early years, would be really valuable.
I'm so down that I recycled my paper copies of LJ some years ago It was LJ that brought me into touch with Qt, which is the single most important free software toolkit in existence, it was LJ that was, to me, the successor to Byte, but for the past years, I never ever glimpsed even a glimmer of relevance in their website.
Although when I tried, Google Drive said there'd been too many downloads and I'd have to wait. Authors who still have their original work can protect it by finding some project documentation where it's a good fit and submitting it.
The Linux Journal shuts down Posted Dec 2, UTC Sat by WolfWings subscriber, [ Link ] It's available for non-subscribers as well to purchase a copy currently: I've purchased it and can confirm it works fine at the moment at least. I've ordered my copy as well.
Maybe it helps them with their debts And I can forever go back and wallow in nostalgia for the nineties. Thanks for all the fish. Looks like the site is not working well at the moment - I'm unable to add the item to the cart. Will come back and try later.
Main page link did not work for me either.
I also purchased the archive. It's great that they provide it and its price is affordable for practically anyone. It's bad when things disappear quickly, without prior notice, therefore not allowing anyone to perform some backup routine, just to preserve the legacy, which is IMHO important especially for longer endeavors or projects spanning multiple years.
Thankfully it didn't happen here. Sadly, all images are low resolution and with even smaller duplicates, which I find quite wasteful. Cover images are actually tiny: x But at least text is text and it's there.
And I hope that by buying it I helped them even if very tiny bit. All past efforts of LJ crew are appreciated and I wish them good luck with whatever they're doing presently or will be doing in future.
It's impressive how nicely organized they have it. I am so hooked on it So sad to se ya go.. Very sad I will be certain to keep subscribing to LWN as long as I can.
I have some LJ CDs in my computer shack That's all that's there in their shop now. Subscribers with a current subscription are getting the full archive for free and should have been sent a link to download from valid until December 31