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asked Show autocomplete suggestions for Developer Toolbar in Firefox?
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22
revised Using a locally built libOSMesa to enable WebGL in Firefox?
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Jun
22
comment Using a locally built libOSMesa to enable WebGL in Firefox?
Related: How to Enable WebGL for Blocked Graphics Cards in Firefox
Jun
22
answered Using a locally built libOSMesa to enable WebGL in Firefox?
Jun
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asked Using a locally built libOSMesa to enable WebGL in Firefox?
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comment Is there a way to allow continuous scrolling in Adobe Reader?
I was actually looking exactly for autoscroll in fullscreen, thanks for noting this...
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comment Extract and replace images form a PDF file
To extract images (but not replace them) you can use pdfimages; for replacing, I found this link How to replace images in a PDF? | RubyPDF Blog, which has Java and C# code, but I'm not sure if it uses a specific library or something....
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asked Get vector graphics (svg, pdf) page size (width, height) in different units via command line?
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comment Have Firefox prompt whether to open PDF in browser, or in external application, or for saving?
Thanks, @Ramhound - I'll give that a try; but wouldn't that open Firefox in a new instance? I'd like the PDF opened as preview in the same instance, when I choose to do so ... EDIT: just tried it, opens in new instance (even asks for a profile choice at start with --safe-mode) - this is bound to get recursive without ever opening the PDF.
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comment Have Firefox prompt whether to open PDF in browser, or in external application, or for saving?
Thanks @Ramhound - but if Firefox built-in PDF viewer is set as default application, then I get no prompt whatsoever; the PDF just opens directly in Firefox when I click on it, without asking me anything in a prompt first? And what I want is to be prompted about it...
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asked Have Firefox prompt whether to open PDF in browser, or in external application, or for saving?
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comment Video players that have frame by frame playback feature
Also the command line MLT melt can function as a player, and has "h = previous frame, l = next frame"