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Re: [opensuse-factory] No more acroread? [WAS: Requesting people to test RC1 of RC2 or whatever]
* Carlos E. R. <robin.listas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> [2013-11-07 11:58]:
On Thursday, 2013-11-07 at 11:44 +0100, Guido Berhoerster wrote:

* Carlos E. R. <> [2013-11-07 08:31]:
Ok, just tried it in 13.1 RC2 (upgraded for testing from 12.3). It
can just display the form, but you can not write on it. Further, it
hangs. I tried to close it, refused, and had to kill nine it.

It doesn't hang, when activating a form field it prompts you on
the console and the pdf you posted can be filled just fine.

How weird. Yes, it does that.

Not weird, the X11-UI does not use a toolkit and is just
underdeveloped compared to Android/Windows. I think there were
plans to write a GTK-based frontend at some point. mupdf is
primarily a library, the mupdf executable is more of a reference
implementation of a pdf viewer.

problem is that saving pdfs is not implemented in the X11-based
UI yet, right now that only seems work on Windows and Android.

Saving PDFs with forms is also not possible in acroread, so that's
not a problem. You can save a copy, though, without data filled in.

Correction, the above is no longer true. You can save the filled
form in acroread, this is a new feature. It was disabled previously.

Since the X11-based mupdf viewer cannot print, saving would
actually be necessary to print filled forms.

Another needed feature is certificate verification. I get receipts
from banks and other agencies, signed, and adobe is the only one I
know that can verify those signatures.

mupdf 1.3 has initial support for signature verification,
unfortunately it cannot be updated since openjpeg2 is not in
Guido Berhoerster
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