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green

green is a PDF reader. Its main distinguishing feature is its ability to output to the Linux framebuffer (and other display methods supported by SDL). It aims to be small and efficient and not waste display space. Another rare feature is its ability to open multiple PDFs and switch between them.

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  •  18 Aug 2009 06:20

    Release Notes: The major change in this release is the configuration file and scheme support. Schemes allow you to quickly select between predefined setups. Another added feature is the possibility to influence the startup window width and height and to startup in fullscreen mode.

    •  10 Aug 2009 06:04

      Release Notes: This release allows you to use the mouse for scrolling and zooming. It makes it easier to switch between pages in the PDF because the scroll function was extended to switch to the next/previous page if the user scrolls over the lower/upper border. Scroll and zoom steps are configurable via command line arguments. A bug that made redraws notable for framebuffer users was fixed.

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