Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 974303
PDF viewer (evince, okular, epdfviewer, but NOT xpdf or gs) mis-orders pages
Last modified: 2014-02-05 16:49:10 EST
Created attachment 761004 [details]
PDF file that breaks viewer
Description of problem:
PDF files get rendered in incorrect page order. As you page through the document, you see pages 1, 2, 8, 9, 5, 14, not 1,2,3,4...
Also, there are errors of the form:
Syntax Warning: Object (8 0) is not a pageDict
Syntax Warning: Failed parsing page 3 using hint tables
Syntax Warning: Object (17 0) is not a pageDict
Syntax Warning: Failed parsing page 4 using hint tables
Syntax Warning: Object (30 0) is not a pageDict
Syntax Warning: Failed parsing page 7 using hint tables
This incorrect behavior occurs with evince, okular, epdfviewer,
but NOT with xpdf or gs.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Always on specific PDF files.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open attached pdf with one of evince, epdfview, or okular
2.Page down. Note order in which pages are displayed
Pages are skipped and out-of-order.
I could include a screenshot, but can only include one attachment.
Pages should be in order.
I can provide other pdfs which are rendered incorrectly.
I've filed similar bugs for the other components
(I didn't think I could list multiple components on a single bug)
Acrobat, gs, and xpdf work fine.
This bug has been floating around for various PDFs since at least FC 15.
Created attachment 761008 [details]
screen shot showing error with evince
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