I use okular under KDE. For PDF forms that it can't handle, I resort
to using a WIndows VM. But I don't think I have had form issues for a
On Fri, Dec 29, 2017 at 4:29 AM, Rami Rosen <roszenrami(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I use Evince as a PDF viewer under GNome.
> There is rpm for Fedora.
> I cannot comment about form fillings.
> Rami Rosen
> בתאריך 28 בדצמ׳ 2017 21:40, "Doug" <dmcgarrett(a)optonline.net> כתב:
>> On 12/28/2017 07:36 AM, Temlakos wrote:
>> Funny, the things one learns after making the first clean install in ten
>> or more iterations of Fedora.
>> For instance, that Adobe long ago abandoned the Adobe ("Acrobat")
>> for Linux, and the nspluginwrapper project.
>> So that now, if you still want to use Adobe for Linux, you have to save an
>> old rpm and install it directly. And do it every time you reinstall
>> Fedora--or at least reinstall it cleanly.
>> I need advice on whether I can abandon Adobe Reader completely, and what
>> to use instead.
>> I use it all the time for certain PDF's that come with form fields that
>> you fill out. Not all PDF viewers--and not the PDF viewer native to
>> Firefox--support form filling. Without form filling, I have to fill in forms
>> by hand--and my fist is a bit of a strain on anyone's eyes, especially those
>> of a bureaucrat or his confidential secretary. So I need form filling.
>> That aside, I'd love to have something that opens seemlessly in any
>> browser window.
>> For the record, I use KDE. But I'll still use any GNOME products that
>> still open in KDE.
>> I think Master PDF Editor 4 will do what you want. It runs fine on my
>> PCLOS KDE 5 (and ran on KDE 4 also). I haven't tried to fill in anything,
>> but it is an editor so it should work. And it is available
>> in RPM format, which should make it easy for a Fedora user to install.
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