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About: Xpdf is a PDF viewer for X.

xpdf.1  (xpdf-4.01.01):xpdf.1  (xpdf-4.02)
xpdf(1) General Commands Manual xpdf(1) xpdf(1) General Commands Manual xpdf(1)
NAME NAME
xpdf - Portable Document Format (PDF) file viewer (version 4.01) xpdf - Portable Document Format (PDF) file viewer (version 4.02)
SYNOPSIS SYNOPSIS
xpdf [options] [PDF-file [:page | +dest]] ... xpdf [options] [PDF-file [:page | +dest]] ...
xpdf [options] -remote remote-name [command ...] xpdf [options] -remote remote-name [command ...]
xpdf [options] -open [PDF-file]
DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION
Xpdf is a viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. (These are also sometimes also called Xpdf is a viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. (These are also sometimes also called
´Acrobat' files, from the name of Adobe's PDF software.) Xpdf uses the Q t GUI toolkit and runs on ´Acrobat' files, from the name of Adobe's PDF software.) Xpdf uses the Q t GUI toolkit and runs on
Unix, OS X, and Windows. Unix, OS X, and Windows.
To run xpdf, type: To run xpdf, type:
xpdf file.pdf xpdf file.pdf
where file.pdf is your PDF file. The file name can be followed by a pag e number to be displayed, pre- where file.pdf is your PDF file. The file name can be followed by a pag e number to be displayed, pre-
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Many of the options can be set with configuration file commands. These are listed in square brackets Many of the options can be set with configuration file commands. These are listed in square brackets
with the description of the corresponding command line option. with the description of the corresponding command line option.
-geometry geometry -geometry geometry
Set the initial window geometry. Set the initial window geometry.
-title title -title title
Set the window title. By default, the title will be "xpdf: foo.pd f". Set the window title. By default, the title will be "xpdf: foo.pd f".
-rv Set reverse video mode. This reverses the colors of everything -open [PDF-file]
except images. It may not This option sets up a default remote server. If Xpdf is already
always produce great results for PDF files which do weird things running (with the "-open"
with color. This also causes switch), the PDF file (if any) is opened in a new tab. If Xpdf (w
ith the "-open" switch) is not
already running, starts Xpdf and opens the PDF file (if any). Thi
s is useful for GUI desktop
environments, e.g., the typical double-click on a PDF file case.
-rv Set reverse video mode. This reverses the colors of everyth
ing except images. It may not
always produce great results for PDF files which do weird things w
ith color. This also causes
the paper color to default to black. the paper color to default to black.
-papercolor color -papercolor color
Set the "paper color", i.e., the background of the page display. Set the "paper color", i.e., the background of the page disp
The color can be #RRGGBB lay. The color can be #RRGGBB
(hexadecimal) or a named color. This option will not work well (hexadecimal) or a named color. This option will not work well wi
with PDF files that do things th PDF files that do things
like filling in white behind the text. [config file: paperColor] like filling in white behind the text. [config file: paperColor]
-mattecolor color -mattecolor color
Set the matte color, i.e., the color used for background outside the actual page area. The Set the matte color, i.e., the color used for background outs ide the actual page area. The
color can be #RRGGBB (hexadecimal) or a named color. [config file : matteColor] color can be #RRGGBB (hexadecimal) or a named color. [config file : matteColor]
-fsmattecolor color -fsmattecolor color
Set the matte color for full-screen mode. The color can be #R RGGBB (hexadecimal) or a named Set the matte color for full-screen mode. The color can be #RRGGB B (hexadecimal) or a named
color. [config file: fullScreenMatteColor] color. [config file: fullScreenMatteColor]
-z zoom -z zoom
Set the initial zoom factor. A number specifies a zoom percentage , where 100 means 72 dpi. You Set the initial zoom factor. A number specifies a zoom percentage , where 100 means 72 dpi. You
may also specify ´page', to fit the page to the window size, or ´width', to fit the page width may also specify ´page', to fit the page to the window size, or ´w idth', to fit the page width
to the window width. [config file: initialZoom] to the window width. [config file: initialZoom]
-aa yes | no -aa yes | no
Enable or disable font anti-aliasing. This defaults to "yes". [c onfig file: antialias] Enable or disable font anti-aliasing. This defaults to "yes". [c onfig file: antialias]
-aaVector yes | no -aaVector yes | no
Enable or disable vector anti-aliasing. This defaults to "yes". [config file: vectorAntialias] Enable or disable vector anti-aliasing. This defaults to "yes". [config file: vectorAntialias]
-enc encoding-name -enc encoding-name
Sets the encoding to use for text output. The encoding-name must be defined with the unicodeMap Sets the encoding to use for text output. The encoding-name must be defined with the unicodeMap
command (see xpdfrc(5)). This defaults to "Latin1" (which is a built-in encoding). [config command (see xpdfrc(5)). This defaults to "Latin1" (which is a built-in encoding). [config
file: textEncoding] file: textEncoding]
-pw password -pw password
Specify the password for the PDF file. This can be either the own er password (which will bypass Specify the password for the PDF file. This can be either the own er password (which will bypass
all security restrictions) or the user password. all security restrictions) or the user password.
-fullscreen -fullscreen
Open xpdf in full-screen mode, useful for presentations. Open xpdf in full-screen mode, useful for presentations.
-remote remote-name -remote remote-name
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-cmd Print commands as they're executed (useful for debugging). [confi g file: printCommands] -cmd Print commands as they're executed (useful for debugging). [confi g file: printCommands]
-cfg config-file -cfg config-file
Read config-file in place of ~/.xpdfrc or the system-wide config f ile. Read config-file in place of ~/.xpdfrc or the system-wide config f ile.
-v Print copyright and version information. -v Print copyright and version information.
-h Print usage information. (-help and --help are equivalent.) -h Print usage information. (-help and --help are equivalent.)
CONTROLS CONTROLS
Tool bar Toolbar
´page' entry box toggle sidebar button
Toggles (i.e., shows or hides) the sidebar.
status indicator
This icon is animated while Xpdf is rendering a page. It turns re
d when an error or warning has
been issued. Clicking on it opens the error dialog.
selection mode
This icon is an "I-beam" in linear selection mode, and an arrow in
block selection mode. Click-
ing on it toggles between the two selection modes.
page number entry box
Move to a specific page number. Click in the box to activate it, type the page number, then hit Move to a specific page number. Click in the box to activate it, type the page number, then hit
return. return. This will instead display and accept page labels, if the
"view - page labels" menu item
is checked.
left/right arrow buttons left/right arrow buttons
Go backward or forward along the history path. Go backward or forward along the history path.
zoom out/in buttons zoom out/in buttons
Zoom out or in (i.e., change magnification) incrementally. Zoom out or in (i.e., change magnification) incrementally.
zoom popup menu zoom popup menu
Change the zoom factor (see the description of the -z option above ). Change the zoom factor (see the description of the -z option above ).
fit width button fit width button
Change the zoom factor to fit the page width to the window width. Change the zoom factor to fit the page width to the window width.
fit page button fit page button
Change the zoom factor to fit the page to the window size. Change the zoom factor to fit the page to the window size.
working/error indicator find entry box
This icon is animated while Xpdf is rendering a page. It turns re
d when an error or warning has
been issued. Clicking on it opens the error dialog.
´find' box
Find a text string. Click in the box to activate it, type a searc h string, then hit return. Find a text string. Click in the box to activate it, type a searc h string, then hit return.
find next button find next button
Find the next occurrence of the search string. Find the next occurrence of the search string.
find previous button find previous button
Find the previous occurrence of the search string. Find the previous occurrence of the search string.
find settings button find settings button
Display the current find settings: case sensitive (on/off), find w hole words (on/off). Display the current find settings: case sensitive (on/off), find w hole words (on/off).
Menu bar Menu bar
The menu bar is above the tool bar. The menu items should be self-explan atory. The menu bar is above the toolbar. The menu items should be self-explana tory.
Tab list Tab list
The tab list is on the left, just below the tool bar. It lists all open tabs. The tab list is on the left, just below the toolbar. It lists all open t abs.
Outline/layers/attachments pane Outline/layers/attachments pane
This pane is on the left, below the tab list. The popup allows you to s elect from outline, layers, or This pane is on the left, below the tab list. The popup allows you to se lect from outline, layers, or
attachments. attachments.
The outline is a tree-like structure of bookmarks that allows moving with in the PDF file. Not all PDF The outline is a tree-like structure of bookmarks that allows moving wit hin the PDF file. Not all PDF
files have outlines. files have outlines.
Layers (a.k.a. optional content) allow parts of the PDF content to be shown or hidden. Not all PDF Layers (a.k.a. optional content) allow parts of the PDF content to be sho wn or hidden. Not all PDF
files have layers. files have layers.
Attachments are other files embedded within the PDF file. There is a 'sa ve' button for each attached Attachments are other files embedded within the PDF file. There is a ' save' button for each attached
file. Not all PDF files have attachments. file. Not all PDF files have attachments.
Text selection Text selection
Dragging the mouse with the left button held down will highlight an arbit rary rectangle. Selected text Dragging the mouse with the left button held down will highlight an arbit rary rectangle. Selected text
can be copied to the clipboard (with the edit/copy menu item). On X11, s elected text will be available can be copied to the clipboard (with the edit/copy menu item). On X11, s elected text will be available
in the X selection buffer. in the X selection buffer.
Links Links
When the mouse is over a hyperlink, the link target will be shown in a popup near the bottom of the When the mouse is over a hyperlink, the link target will be shown in a po pup near the bottom of the
window. window.
Clicking on a hyperlink will jump to the link's destination. A link to a Clicking on a hyperlink will jump to the link's destination. A link to
nother PDF document will make another PDF document will make
xpdf load that document. A ´launch' link to an executable program wil xpdf load that document. A ´launch' link to an executable program will d
l display a dialog, and if you isplay a dialog, and if you
click ´ok', execute the program. URL links are opened in a system-depend click ´ok', execute the program. URL links are opened in a system-dep
ent way. (On UNIX, Qt uses endent way. (On UNIX, Qt uses
the $BROWSER environment variable.) the $BROWSER environment variable.)
Mouse bindings Mouse bindings
The left mouse button is used to select text (see above). The left mouse button is used to select text (see above).
Clicking on a link with the middle button opens the link in a new tab. Clicking on a link with the middle button opens the link in a new tab.
Dragging the mouse with the middle button held down pans the window. Dragging the mouse with the middle button held down pans the window.
The right mouse button opens a popup menu (see popupMenuCmd in xpdfrc(5)) . The right mouse button opens a popup menu (see popupMenuCmd in xpdfrc(5)) .
Key bindings Key bindings
This section lists the default key bindings. Bindings can be chan ged using the config file (see This section lists the default key bindings. Bindings can be changed using the config file (see
xpdfrc(5)). xpdfrc(5)).
control-o control-o
Open a new PDF file via a file requester. Open a new PDF file via a file requester.
control-r control-r
Reload the current PDF file. Note that Xpdf will reload the fil e automatically (on a page Reload the current PDF file. Note that Xpdf will reload the file automatically (on a page
change or redraw) if it has changed since it was last loaded. change or redraw) if it has changed since it was last loaded.
control-f control-f
Find a text string. This sets keyboard focus to the ´find' box. Find a text string. This sets keyboard focus to the ´find' box.
control-G control-G
Find next occurrence. Find next occurrence.
control-C control-C
Copy selected text to the clipboard. Copy selected text to the clipboard.
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control-s control-s
Save PDF via a file requester. Save PDF via a file requester.
control-t control-t
Open a new tab. Open a new tab.
control-n control-n
Open a new window. Open a new window.
control-w control-w
Close the current tab. Closes the window if this was the last op en tab. Quits the application Close the current tab. Closes the window if this was the last ope n tab. Quits the application
if this was the last open window. if this was the last open window.
control-l
Toggle between full-screen and window modes.
control-q control-q
Quit. Quit.
control-<tab> control-<tab>
Next tab. Next tab.
control-shift-<tab> control-shift-<tab>
Previous tab. Previous tab.
control-? control-?
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end Go to the bottom right of current page. end Go to the bottom right of current page.
control-<end> control-<end>
Go to the last page. Go to the last page.
<space> or <PageDown> <space> or <PageDown>
Scroll down on the current page; if already at bottom, move to nex t page. Scroll down on the current page; if already at bottom, move to nex t page.
control-<PageDown> or control-<down-arrow> control-<PageDown> or control-<down-arrow>
Go to the next page. If <ScrollLock> is active, this maintains th e relative position on the Go to the next page. If <ScrollLock> is active, this maintain s the relative position on the
page. page.
<PageUp> <PageUp>
Scroll up on the current page; if already at top, move to previous page. Scroll up on the current page; if already at top, move to previous page.
control-<PageUp> or control-<up-arrow> control-<PageUp> or control-<up-arrow>
Go to the previous page. If <ScrollLock> is active, this maintain s the relative position on the Go to the previous page. If <ScrollLock> is active, this maintain s the relative position on the
page. page.
<esc> Exit full-screen mode. <esc> Exit full-screen mode.
arrows Scroll the current page. arrows Scroll the current page.
g Set keyboard focus to the page number entry box. g Set keyboard focus to the page number entry box.
z Set the zoom factor to ´page' (fit page to window). z Set the zoom factor to ´page' (fit page to window).
w Set the zoom factor to ´width' (fit page width to window). w Set the zoom factor to ´width' (fit page width to window).
Full-screen mode Full-screen mode
Xpdf can be placed into full-screen mode via the -fullscreen command line option, the ´full screen' Xpdf can be placed into full-screen mode via the -fullscreen command line option, the ´full screen'
menu item, or a binding to the fullScreenMode or toggleFullScreenMode com mand. menu item, or a binding to the fullScreenMode or toggleFullScreenMode com mand.
Entering full-screen mode automatically switches to single-page view mode and to the fit-page zoom fac- Entering full-screen mode automatically switches to single-page view mode and to the fit-page zoom fac-
tor. tor.
Full-screen mode can be exited via the default <esc> key binding, or via a binding to the windowMode or Full-screen mode can be exited via the default <esc> key binding, or via a binding to the windowMode or
toggleFullScreenModecommand. toggleFullScreenModecommand.
COMMANDS COMMANDS
Xpdf's key and mouse bindings are user-configurable, using the bind and Xpdf's key and mouse bindings are user-configurable, using the bind and u
unbind commands in the config nbind commands in the config
file (see xpdfrc(5)). The bind command allows you to bind a key or mouse file (see xpdfrc(5)). The bind command allows you to bind a key or mou
button to a sequence of one se button to a sequence of one
or more commands. or more commands.
The following commands are supported: The following commands are supported:
about Open the ´about' dialog. about Open the ´about' dialog.
blockSelectMode blockSelectMode
Set block selection mode. In this mode, the selection is a simp le rectangle. Any part of the Set block selection mode. In this mode, the selection is a simple rectangle. Any part of the
page can be selected, regardless of the content on the page. page can be selected, regardless of the content on the page.
checkOpenFile(file) checkOpenFile(file)
Check that file is open in the current tab, and open it if not. Check that file is open in the current tab, and open it if not.
checkOpenFileAtDest(file,dest) checkOpenFileAtDest(file,dest)
Check that file is open in the current tab, and open it if not. I n either case go to the speci- Check that file is open in the current tab, and open it if not. I n either case go to the speci-
fied named destination. fied named destination.
checkOpenFileAtPage(file,page) checkOpenFileAtPage(file,page)
Check that file is open in the current tab, and open it if not. I n either case go to the speci- Check that file is open in the current tab, and open it if not. I n either case go to the speci-
fied page. fied page.
closeSidebar closeSidebar
Close the sidebar. Close the sidebar.
closeSidebarMoveResizeWin closeSidebarMoveResizeWin
Close the sidebar, resizing the window so that the document size d oesn't change, and moving the Close the sidebar, resizing the window so that the document size doesn't change, and moving the
window so that the document stays in the same place on the screen. window so that the document stays in the same place on the screen.
closeSidebarResizeWin closeSidebarResizeWin
Close the sidebar, resizing the window so that the document size d oesn't change. Close the sidebar, resizing the window so that the document size d oesn't change.
closeTabOrQuit closeTabOrQuit
Close the tab. If this was the last open tab, close the window . If this was the last window Close the tab. If this was the last open tab, close the window. If this was the last window
open, quit. open, quit.
closeWindowOrQuit closeWindowOrQuit
Close the window. If this was the last open window, quit. Close the window. If this was the last open window, quit.
continuousMode continuousMode
Switch to continuous view mode. Switch to continuous view mode.
copy Copy selected text to the clipboard. copy Copy selected text to the clipboard.
endPan End a pan operation. endPan End a pan operation.
endSelection endSelection
End a selection. End a selection.
expandSidebar(n)
Expand the sidebar by n pixels. Opens the sidebar if it is curren
tly closed.
find Set keyboard focus to the ´find' box. find Set keyboard focus to the ´find' box.
findFirst findFirst
Find the first occurrence of the search string. Find the first occurrence of the search string.
findNext findNext
Find the next occurrence of the search string. Find the next occurrence of the search string.
findPrevious findPrevious
Find the previous occurrence of the search string. Find the previous occurrence of the search string.
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focusToDocWin focusToDocWin
Set keyboard focus to the main document window. Set keyboard focus to the main document window.
focusToPageNum focusToPageNum
Set keyboard focus to the page number text box. Set keyboard focus to the page number text box.
followLink followLink
Follow a hyperlink (does nothing if the mouse is not over a link). Follow a hyperlink (does nothing if the mouse is not over a link).
followLinkInNewTab followLinkInNewTab
Follow a hyperlink, opening PDF files in a new tab (does nothing i f the mouse is not over a Follow a hyperlink, opening PDF files in a new tab (does noth ing if the mouse is not over a
link). For links to non-PDF files, this command is identical to f ollowLink. link). For links to non-PDF files, this command is identical to f ollowLink.
followLinkInNewTabNoSel followLinkInNewTabNoSel
Same as followLinkInNewTab, but does nothing if there is a non-emp ty selection. (This is useful Same as followLinkInNewTab, but does nothing if there is a non-emp ty selection. (This is useful
as a mouse button binding.) as a mouse button binding.)
followLinkInNewWin followLinkInNewWin
Follow a hyperlink, opening PDF files in a new window (does nothin g if the mouse is not over a Follow a hyperlink, opening PDF files in a new window (does noth ing if the mouse is not over a
link). For links to non-PDF files, this command is identical to f ollowLink. link). For links to non-PDF files, this command is identical to f ollowLink.
followLinkInNewWinNoSel followLinkInNewWinNoSel
Same as followLinkInNewWin, but does nothing if there is a non-emp ty selection. (This is useful Same as followLinkInNewWin, but does nothing if there is a non-emp ty selection. (This is useful
as a mouse button binding.) as a mouse button binding.)
followLinkNoSel followLinkNoSel
Same as followLink, but does nothing if there is a non-empty selec tion. (This is useful as a Same as followLink, but does nothing if there is a non-empty se lection. (This is useful as a
mouse button binding.) mouse button binding.)
fullScreenMode fullScreenMode
Go to full-screen mode. Go to full-screen mode.
goBackward goBackward
Move backward along the history path. Move backward along the history path.
goForward goForward
Move forward along the history path. Move forward along the history path.
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Go to a named destination. Go to a named destination.
gotoLastPage gotoLastPage
Go to the last page in the PDF file. Go to the last page in the PDF file.
gotoPage(page) gotoPage(page)
Go to the specified page. Go to the specified page.
help Open the help URL. help Open the help URL.
hideToolbar
Hide the toolbar.
horizontalContinuousMode horizontalContinuousMode
Switch to horizontal continuous view mode. Switch to horizontal continuous view mode.
linearSelectMode linearSelectMode
Set linear selection mode. In this mode, the selection follows text. Non-text regions cannot Set linear selection mode. In this mode, the selection follows te xt. Non-text regions cannot
be selected. be selected.
loadTabState loadTabState
Load the tab state file (which was written via the saveTabState co mmand), and restore the tabs Load the tab state file (which was written via the saveTabState command), and restore the tabs
listed in that file. The path for the tab state file is specified with the tabStateFile setting listed in that file. The path for the tab state file is specified with the tabStateFile setting
(see xpdfrc(5)). (see xpdfrc(5)).
newTab Open an empty new tab. newTab Open an empty new tab.
newWindow newWindow
Open an empty new window. Open an empty new window.
nextPage nextPage
Go to the next page. Go to the next page.
nextPageNoScroll nextPageNoScroll
Go to the next page, with the current relative scroll position. Go to the next page, with the current relative scroll position.
nextTab nextTab
Switch to the next tab. Switch to the next tab.
open Open a PDF file in this tab, using the open dialog. open Open a PDF file in the current tab, using the open dialog.
openErrorWindow openErrorWindow
Open the error window. Open the error window.
openFile(file) openFile(file)
Open the specified file in the current tab. Open the specified file in the current tab.
openFileAtDest(file,dest) openFileAtDest(file,dest)
Open the specified file in the current tab at the specified named destination. Open the specified file in the current tab at the specified named destination.
openFileAtDestIn(file,dest,location)
Open the specified file at the specified named destination. Lo
cation must be "win" for a new
window or "tab" for a new tab.
openFileAtPage(file,page) openFileAtPage(file,page)
Open the specified file in the current tab at the specified page. Open the specified file in the current tab at the specified page.
openFileAtPageIn(file,page,location)
Open the specified file at the specified page. Location must be "
win" for a new window or "tab"
for a new tab.
openFileIn(file,location)
Open the specified file. Location must be "win" for a new window
or "tab" for a new tab.
openIn(location)
Open a PDF file, using the open dialog. Location must be "win" f
or a new window or "tab" for a
new tab.
openSidebar openSidebar
Open the sidebar. Open the sidebar.
openSidebarMoveResizeWin openSidebarMoveResizeWin
Open the sidebar, resizing the window so that the document size do esn't change, and moving the Open the sidebar, resizing the window so that the document size do esn't change, and moving the
window so that the document stays in the same place on the screen. window so that the document stays in the same place on the screen.
openSidebarResizeWin openSidebarResizeWin
Open the sidebar, resizing the window so that the document size do esn't change. Open the sidebar, resizing the window so that the document size do esn't change.
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scrollUp(n) scrollUp(n)
Scroll up by n pixels. Scroll up by n pixels.
scrollUpPrevPage(n) scrollUpPrevPage(n)
Scroll up by n pixels, moving to the previous page if appropriate. Scroll up by n pixels, moving to the previous page if appropriate.
setSelection(pg,ulx,uly,lrx,lry) setSelection(pg,ulx,uly,lrx,lry)
Set the selection to the specified coordinates on the specified pa ge. Set the selection to the specified coordinates on the specified pa ge.
showToolbar
Show the toolbar.
shrinkSidebar(n)
Shrink the sidebar by n pixels. Closes the sidebar if shrinking
it would go below the minimum
allowed side.
sideBySideContinuousMode sideBySideContinuousMode
Switch to side-by-side continuous view mode. Switch to side-by-side continuous view mode.
sideBySideSingleMode sideBySideSingleMode
Switch to side-by-side two-page view mode. Switch to side-by-side two-page view mode.
singlePageMode singlePageMode
Switch to single-page view mode. Switch to single-page view mode.
startPan startPan
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toggleFullScreenMode toggleFullScreenMode
Toggle between full-screen and window modes. Toggle between full-screen and window modes.
toggleSelectMode toggleSelectMode
Toggle between block and linear selection mode. Toggle between block and linear selection mode.
toggleSidebar toggleSidebar
Toggle the sidebar between open and closed. Toggle the sidebar between open and closed.
toggleSidebarMoveResizeWin toggleSidebarMoveResizeWin
Toggle the sidebar between open and closed, resizing the window Toggle the sidebar between open and closed, resizing the wi
so that the document size ndow so that the document size
doesn't change, and moving the window so that the document doesn't change, and moving the window so that the document stays
stays in the same place on the in the same place on the
screen. screen.
toggleSidebarResizeWin toggleSidebarResizeWin
Toggle the sidebar between open and closed, resizing the window so that the document size Toggle the sidebar between open and closed, resizing the wi ndow so that the document size
doesn't change. doesn't change.
toggleToolbar
Toggle the toolbar between shown and hidden.
viewPageLabels
Show page labels (if the PDF file has them), rather than page numb
ers.
viewPageNumbers
Show page numbers, rather than page labels.
windowMode windowMode
Go to window (non-full-screen) mode. Go to window (non-full-screen) mode.
zoomFitPage zoomFitPage
Set the zoom factor to fit-page. Set the zoom factor to fit-page.
zoomFitWidth zoomFitWidth
Set the zoom factor to fit-width. Set the zoom factor to fit-width.
zoomIn Zoom in - go to the next higher zoom factor. zoomIn Zoom in - go to the next higher zoom factor.
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zoomOut zoomOut
Zoom out - go the next lower zoom factor. Zoom out - go the next lower zoom factor.
zoomPercent(z) zoomPercent(z)
Set the zoom factor to z%. Set the zoom factor to z%.
zoomToSelection zoomToSelection
Zoom to the current selection. Zoom to the current selection.
REMOTE SERVER MODE REMOTE SERVER MODE
Starting xpdf with the "-remote" switch puts it into remote server mod Starting xpdf with the "-remote" switch puts it into remote server mode.
e. All remaining command line All remaining command line
options are commands (see the COMMANDS section). Subsequent invocations options are commands (see the COMMANDS section). Subsequent invocati
of "xpdf -remote" with the ons of "xpdf -remote" with the
same remote server name will send commands to the already-running inst same remote server name will send commands to the already-running instanc
ance of xpdf. The "checkOpen- e of xpdf. The "checkOpen-
File" commands are useful here for things like changing pages. For examp le: File" commands are useful here for things like changing pages. For examp le:
# Start up xpdf, and open something.pdf. # Start up xpdf, and open something.pdf.
xpdf -remote foo 'openFile(something.pdf)' xpdf -remote foo 'openFile(something.pdf)'
# Switch to page 7 in the already-open something.pdf. If the user # Switch to page 7 in the already-open something.pdf. If the user
# has closed xpdf in the meantime, this will restart it and re open # has closed xpdf in the meantime, this will restart it and re open
# the file. # the file.
xpdf -remote foo 'checkOpenFileAtPage(something.pdf, 7)' xpdf -remote foo 'checkOpenFileAtPage(something.pdf, 7)'
skipping to change at line 670 skipping to change at line 726
99 Other error. 99 Other error.
AUTHOR AUTHOR
The xpdf software and documentation are copyright 1996-2019 Glyph & Cog, LLC. The xpdf software and documentation are copyright 1996-2019 Glyph & Cog, LLC.
SEE ALSO SEE ALSO
pdftops(1), pdftotext(1), pdftohtml(1), pdfinfo(1), pdffonts(1), pdfdetach(1), pdftoppm(1), pdftops(1), pdftotext(1), pdftohtml(1), pdfinfo(1), pdffonts(1), pdfdetach(1), pdftoppm(1),
pdftopng(1), pdfimages(1), xpdfrc(5) pdftopng(1), pdfimages(1), xpdfrc(5)
http://www.xpdfreader.com/ http://www.xpdfreader.com/
18 Feb 2019 xpdf(1) 25 Sep 2019 xpdf(1)
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