Fernando de Oliveira
famobr at yahoo.com.br
Thu Dec 11 17:39:00 PST 2014
On 11-12-2014 21:35, Ken Moffat wrote:
> I've just built this: has anyone found a *reliable* way to resize
> it ? When I opened it with a document, it came up low-down on the
> screen, with a not-very-tall window. Dragging the top of the window
> extended it. But after I had moved the window further up my screen,
> pulling down on the bottom, and trying to pull out the sides, mostly
> do not work.
ĸen, perhaps this is a rare occasion where I could help you.
I understand that in the up and down sides, you can resize the height,
but not in the left and right sides, for changing the width.
I just tried and confirmed this in XFCE. But if you try the corners,
then you will have the facilities for resizing height and/or width.
This seems a particularity of XFCE.
With LXDE, I tested and it woks normally, along the four sides and/or
> Pulling the edges to expand it seems to work _if_ the display is
> smaller than the current page size. I mostly prefer evince to
> epdfview because there are too many "official" PDFs which come up
> blank in epdfview - the last one I remember was a council PDF about
> some roadworks, where the map was blank.
Same with me.
> I suspect I'm going to have to go back to an older version of
Therefore, if it is confirmed that you are using XFCE, I have the
impression that older versions won't matter.
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