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Description of problem:
xpdf -fullscreen doc.pdf will scale the document so as to fill the
screen (or at least take up all of one of the dimentions). With gpdf,
it appears to be impossible to obtain the same effect: even if you
choose one of the `fit' options and then enter full screen mode, the
fit won't be for full screen, but rather for the original window, and
I don't see how to select the `fit' options while in full screen mode.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open a pdf document
2.Choose any of the `fit' options
3.Choose full screen mode
Actual Results: Entering full screen mode won't cause the document to
be refit into the screen size; it will retain the size selected while
in a smaller window.
Expected Results: It should refit for full screen.
Having a number of presentations in pdf format, designed to be
displayed in full screen mode with xpdf, if xpdf is to go away, it
would be nice if gpdf could display them just as nicely.
evince in the development tree can handle them pretty well. gpdf is