Description of problem:
Evince opens any new pdf using
- Side pane
- Continuous view
- Fit page width
the window weight and height size is predefined
Changing the settings and using edit > save current as default is ineffective
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
F-15 LXDE/evince 3.0.2
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open a pdf, define you window size, view, etc. and save current as default
2. Open a new pdf
3. The default settings are back
Evince does not remember the user settings. it must be set for each newly open PDF, and will be only remembered as long as the pdf location is not modified.
To set my default view as I need.
I had a similar problem with Totem, see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=722350. it was a missing dependency "dconf". Installing it solved the problem.
Could it be the same with this bug report:
- Is there a missing dependency to install, on non-Gnome DE, to have 100% Evince functionality?
http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/users/2011-June/398780.html - did not solve this bug issue.
Evince remember my settings, per PDF opened, on LXDE. The "Save current as default" is however ineffective.
Another issue: I can add icons on the toolbar, but I cannot remove them (when I select an icon on the toolbar to replace it in the Toolbar editor, the entire evince window has the focus.
Could theses 2 problems be connected and related to a single missing dependency; or are these 2 separated issues? Thanks to let me know.
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