Version: 0.5 (using KDE KDE 3.4.91)
Installed from: Compiled From Sources
I have come across a pdf file that apparently "requests full screen mode".
So, opening it I get a message that the document has requested this mode and will therefore get it, but nothing to let me avoid this. Nor can I find any setting that does this by default.
Please provide these surely simple possibilities. Having a document open as expected (in a window that doesn't cover all others and have to be escaped out of) is something a user should be able to control, just as with a good webbrowser that allows fullscreen and popups to be denied. It makes the "user experience" much more pleasant.
(BTW, kpdf fills a gap that I was sorely noticing; it has developed remarkably quickly -- well done!)
Unpromoting to wish, it's not a bug to follow the specs.
Also unfortunately this will have to wait until KDE4 as KDE 3.5 is already message frozen, and "fixing" this would add the new for a new user visible message.
*** Bug 140760 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
it's time to get this in, I think.
KMail get's a completely new template-engine (with lots of strings), so this simple thing really should be able to get in.
And otherwise: okular is on the way, does it have this capability yet?
*** Bug 144780 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This will not be implemented in KPDF (for reasons identified above, and also since development work has moved to Okular).
The requested behaviour is fully implemented in Okular.