jeff.waugh at ubuntu.com
Thu Feb 10 04:20:56 CST 2005
<quote who="Mario Fux">
> > > Probably safer, yeah. ;-)
> > And KGhostView as well? I'm not really sure where the differences
> > between the three are and which uses what engine to render PDFs, so
> > having three might well be redundant.
> kpdf in KDE 3.4 uses xpdf 3.0 as the rendering engine. That's why I think
> we/you don't need xpdf 3.0 beneath kpdf.
Mmm, gpdf uses xpdf 3 code too, but has a different rendering path that
causes some (mostly font related) problems. Might want to double-check that
kpdf doesn't have problems like this.
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