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Thread: 2013 "Top 100 Open-Source Linux Apps"

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    Re: 2013 "Top 100 Open-Source Linux Apps"

    Quote Originally Posted by incurablegeek View Post
    Is there a reason why your Ubuntu manual and some other stuff is said to be pdf but is actually written in jscript (java)?
    Huh?

    Are you talking about these guides?
    http://www.tldp.org/guides.html
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    Re: 2013 "Top 100 Open-Source Linux Apps"

    Gee Whiz, you guys are fast. I was hoping I could get that post off before I looked like a complete Gomer.

    I'm jumping back and forth from one computer to another and it turns out that I didn't have a PDF reader installed in FF 19.

    Please don't tell anyone, OK.

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    Re: 2013 "Top 100 Open-Source Linux Apps"

    There is a new integrated PDF reader in Firefox 19 which is based on Javascript and HTML5 technology, it's called "PDF.js". This may clear your confusion
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    Re: 2013 "Top 100 Open-Source Linux Apps"

    Quote Originally Posted by blackbird34 View Post
    There is a new integrated PDF reader in Firefox 19 which is based on Javascript and HTML5 technology, it's called "PDF.js". This may clear your confusion
    Does that mean it will be enabled by default?

    It looks like that has been in FF for a while, at least according to the this article (Back in FF15):
    http://www.howtogeek.com/123617/how-...in-pdf-reader/
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    Re: 2013 "Top 100 Open-Source Linux Apps"

    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesA View Post
    Does that mean it will be enabled by default?

    It looks like that has been in FF for a while, at least according to the this article (Back in FF15):
    http://www.howtogeek.com/123617/how-...in-pdf-reader/
    It is enabled by default in 19. 18 it wasn't. Not sure if it was included before never bothered to look but it is nice
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    Re: 2013 "Top 100 Open-Source Linux Apps"

    Quote Originally Posted by mamamia88 View Post
    It is enabled by default in 19. 18 it wasn't. Not sure if it was included before never bothered to look but it is nice
    Huh. I checked on both my Windows boxes and browser.preferences.inContent is still get to "false."

    I checked my Ubuntu box and it is set to false as well.

    Hmmm..
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    Re: 2013 "Top 100 Open-Source Linux Apps"

    When my Firefox was updated to version 19.0 in Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit, the integrated PDF-reader was enabled by default.

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