Description of problem:
Mozplugger opens PDFs in a separate evince window.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
$ rpm -q mozplugger firefox evince
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install the above packages
2. Ensure mozplugger is active in Firefox
3. Open a PDF file in Firefox
A new evince window is opened. Firefox loses the handle of keyboard shortcuts.
Evince opened inside Firefox.
could you please attach the /etc/mozpluggerrc ?
Created attachment 653738 [details]
It's unmodified, installed from the repos.
Created attachment 654155 [details]
new config file
i upload the new config file which should fix the above issue. Could you please copy it to /etc/ and try again?
Thanks, it works now. However, the embeded Evince catches Firefox's keyboard shortcuts. Is this normal?
(In reply to comment #4)
> Thanks, it works now. However, the embeded Evince catches Firefox's keyboard
> shortcuts. Is this normal?
yes, it's expected behavour
I noticed that the embeded Evince uses the greyed-out color theme in Gnome 3 (the theme applied to the windows that you are not using). Is it normal?
Also it fails to embed LibreOffice, do I open a new bug for this?
Thanks a lot.
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