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Re: (fwd) tetex-extra: texi2pdf: clicking bookmarks lands past spot want

From: Hilmar Preusse
Subject: Re: (fwd) tetex-extra: texi2pdf: clicking bookmarks lands past spot wanted
Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2003 08:37:25 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.3.28i

On 07.08.03 Karl Berry (address@hidden) wrote:


> > Debian as an example, texinfo 2003-02-03.16 and acroread 5.06.
> Hmm, that's a pretty recent texinfo.tex, and I can't find any
> obvious change since that fixed it.  And yet when I make
> pcl-cvs.pdf and look at it in acrobat, the bookmarks go to the
> right place -- that is, the titles are visible.
Me again: version 2003-05-04.08 (I didn't actually find more recent
The exact description: acroread jumps to the top of the page, where
the bookmark should be located on. If the magnification of the view
is high enough (400%) you not necessarily see the headline you
clicked on. Acroread don't jump if I click sequentially on 2
bookmarks, which should be located on the same page. Maybe it's a bug
of acroread....
I've tried now to contact the original author of the bug and asked
him for a statement. I call again, if I've got one.

sigmentation fault

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