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  • Linux version PageUp/Down always lead to whole-page shift

    Many pdf viewers naturally support using Page+Up/Down to move the page up/down smoothly. However, Foxit reader seems not: Page Up/Down caused going to the previous/next page (this is tricky, as only part of a whole page is in the screen).

    There was a similar issue in Windows version (http://forums.foxitsoftware.com/foru...page-up-button), and later probably solved. However, I have using the Linux version for years, and never saw the issue solved in any newest version.

    I wonder if there is other short-keys to support incremental Page-Up/Down?

  • #2
    Dear johnfang ,

    Thanks for your post.According to your request,I have submitted the suggestion"support using Page+Up/Down to move the page up/down smoothly"as a new feature to our internal feature system for our Foxit product marketing's further reference with suggestion ID#MACLNX-1727.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Lisa_lee View Post
      Dear johnfang ,

      Thanks for your post.According to your request,I have submitted the suggestion"support using Page+Up/Down to move the page up/down smoothly"as a new feature to our internal feature system for our Foxit product marketing's further reference with suggestion ID#MACLNX-1727.
      Dear Lisa,
      Thank you for your submission. I really hope the suggestion could be taken by developers. Looking forward to updates that solved this.

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      • #4
        johnfang ,We are glad to inform you that we have released a newer version 2.4.4 of Foxit Reader for Linux. In this version,you are able to press pageup/page down key on keyboard to scroll up/down only by the same amount that is currently visible in the program window.
        Please help to give it a try at your convenience.Following is link for downloading it:
        (32-bit)http://cdn01.foxitsoftware.com/pub/f...x86.run.tar.gz

        (64-bit) http://cdn01.foxitsoftware.com/pub/f...x64.run.tar.gz

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