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  • Adobe Reader is the best, but it's so resource heavy. It takes almost 10% of my 8GB ram.
  • Evince has trouble with highlighting text and does not support tabs.
  • Foxit Reader for Linux does not support tabs.

Any assistance in choosing an appropriate PDF viewer that supports these features on Linux and isn't too resource intensive?

Thanks

Mahmoud

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For reference, I'm using Ubuntu 10.04, but this is a generic Linux question – Mahmoud Abdelkader Jul 20 '10 at 23:59

If you have the KDE libraries installed, I suppose you could use Konqueror - it's really intended as a web browser, but it has tabs, and it can display PDFs using the Okular KPart.

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Clever, slightly out of the box solution. Nice. – DaveParillo Jul 21 '10 at 0:57
    
Thanks ;-) but it's not so clever really, I'm actually just used to doing that myself. I haven't quite gotten out of the mindset of KDE 3, when Dolphin didn't exist and Konqueror served as the web browser, file manager, and generic viewer application all in one. – David Z Jul 22 '10 at 1:37

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