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  • Linux version: how to open a file to a specific page from command line?

    I love the linux version of foxit reader very much. Now I use foxit reader v2.3 on my centos system every day to read and annotation my pdf files.
    However, I didn't find a way to open a specific page from command line like its windowns verson which accepts the following parameter:
    "…Foxit Reader.exe" "C:test.pdf" /A page=5

    So I wonder whether the linux version has this feature, and also what command line parameter the linux version of foxit reader supports?
    Could anyone please help me with that?

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    Dear bearkk,

    Thanks for using Foxit Reder for Linux.I am sorry currently our Foxit Reader for linux doesn't have this feature.I have submitted this feature"Support to open a file to a specific page from command line?"to our internal feature system for our product marketing team's further consideration with suggestion ID#MACLNX-1127.

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