Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 335461
kpdf and kview lost custom zoom
Last modified: 2007-12-09 21:55:46 EST
kview zoom is acting up. Yes, I can zoom in as much as I need clicking (+). I
actually needed to get to 3200%, which is not available in the pull down menu.
This is not a problem per se. The problem is that I used to be able to just
type 3200 and press enter in FC6 and now I can't.
The problem was observed in kdegraphics-3.5.8-2.fc8 and in F8T3.
I would like a more arbitrary zoom in kview back. There is no custom zoom
presently, whereas it works in Fedora Core 6 somehow. I guess, a patch got
dropped or a library regressed.
kpdf is not friends with custom zoom either - updating the title.
Possibly a kde-3.5.8 bug/regression. Please take the issue upstream to
bugs.kde.org, and we can/will track the issue there.
A patch has landed upstream.
it's now committed in fedora cvs branch. It will be fixed in next kdelibs
The aforementioned fix hasn't turned up in rawhide in the last two days and I
didn't find the fix committed to kdelibs package on cvs.fedoraproject.org. I am
worried that F8 will be shipped with a huge regression in kpdf, kview, and
The regression in KSelectAction is now the top regression listed in 3.5.8 info
page. So this is a pretty much official patch I am asking to include in the release.
It was comitted to the F-8 branch. I'll take a look, and make sure this gets
the fix is in
it's a pitty. this bug resurfaced in FC6-updates right before it expired. :(