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I would like to see my whole document at once, so it would be nice to have a viewer that can fill the screen with thumbnails. Is there any viewer for linux (or other) that can do that? I have tried a few with no luck.

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Gnome's excellent default PDF viewer, Evince, does this. Just drag the side pane so that it fills the whole screen. It's very lightweight, too.

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Evince's website links to a similar application for KDE called Okular (I haven't used it, but you might want to try it if you prefer Qt).

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Awesome! Thanks! – Peltier Sep 8 '09 at 15:24

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