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Windows 7: Sumatra PDF 3.0

19 Oct 2014   #1
A Guy

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Sumatra PDF 3.0

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(2014-10-18)

Changes in this release:
Tabs! Enabled by default. Use Settings/Options... menu to go back to the old UI
support table of contents and links in ebook UI
add support for PalmDoc ebooks
add support for displaying CB7 and CBT comic books (in addition to CBZ and CBR)
add support for LZMA and PPMd compression in CBZ comic books
allow saving Comic Book files as PDF
swapped keybindings:
F11 : Fullscreen mode (still also Ctrl+Shift+L)
F5 : Presentation mode (also Shift+F11, still also Ctrl+L)
added a document measurement UI. Press 'm' to start. Keep pressing 'm' to change measurement units
new advanced settings: FullPathInTitle, UseSysColors (no longer exposed through the Options dialog), UseTabs
replaced non-free UnRAR with a free RAR extraction library. If some CBR files fail to open for you, download unrar.dll from WinRAR archiver, a powerful tool to process RAR and ZIP files and place it alongside SumatraPDF.exe
deprecated browser plugin. We keep it if was installed in earlier version
Download Sumatra PDF - a free reader

A Guy


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20 Oct 2014   #2
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

Tabs are nice, but let's hope that the devs can keep the feature creep below some subjective level of bloat.
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20 Oct 2014   #3
oneeyed

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by UsernameIssues View Post
Tabs are nice, but let's hope that the devs can keep the feature creep below some subjective level of bloat.
I was actually thinking the same. I've been using SumatraPDF for a long time now, and seeing new features like this scare me a little.

Foxit was decent too until they included all sorts of useless (for me at least) features.

At least Sumatra is FOSS and anyone can fork it if it takes the bloatware route too.
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