Bug#407044: evince does not display pdf file

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Bug#407044: evince does not display pdf file

Mathieu Malaterre
Package: evince
Severity: normal


Opening the following pdf file with evince lead to white pages:

ftp://medical.nema.org/medical/dicom/1989/PS2_1989.pdf

The pdf display fine with xpdf/kpdf/gv

Thanks !

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Bug#407044: evince does not display pdf file

Marco Cabizza-2
tags 407044 + fixed-in-experimental
thanks

Il giorno lun, 15/01/2007 alle 15.08 -0500, Mathieu Malaterre ha
scritto:

> Package: evince
> Severity: normal
>
>
> Opening the following pdf file with evince lead to white pages:
>
> ftp://medical.nema.org/medical/dicom/1989/PS2_1989.pdf
>
> The pdf display fine with xpdf/kpdf/gv
>
> Thanks !
        I can't reproduce it so I'm assuming experimental evince/poppler
packages fix it. Can you try that solution ?

Ciao
~marco


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Bug#407044: evince does not display pdf file

Mathieu Malaterre
Oh...indeed. The rendering is just extremely slow.

Sorry for the noise
Mathieu

On 1/15/07, Marco Cabizza <[hidden email]> wrote:

> tags 407044 + fixed-in-experimental
> thanks
>
> Il giorno lun, 15/01/2007 alle 15.08 -0500, Mathieu Malaterre ha
> scritto:
> > Package: evince
> > Severity: normal
> >
> >
> > Opening the following pdf file with evince lead to white pages:
> >
> > ftp://medical.nema.org/medical/dicom/1989/PS2_1989.pdf
> >
> > The pdf display fine with xpdf/kpdf/gv
> >
> > Thanks !
>
>         I can't reproduce it so I'm assuming experimental evince/poppler
> packages fix it. Can you try that solution ?
>
> Ciao
> ~marco
>
>
>
>


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