Version: (using KDE KDE 3.5.1)
Installed from: Compiled From Sources
While kpdf makes provisions to assign costum shortcuts to navigating up/down one physical page in the displayed medium, scrolling up/down on visual page (i. e. scrolling only about what is worth the height of the viewport) is hardcoded to PgUp/PgDn.
If opening "Configure Shortcuts", one can configure the entries "previous page" and "next page", but there are no such entries "previous visual page" and "next visual page".
If the latter are implemented, I suggest the following default keymapping:
previous visual page: PgUp (altern: Shift+Space)
next visual page: PgDn (altern: Space)
This brings kpdf's behaviour to par with recent versions of acrobat reader on windows.
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Visual Page Up/Down still cannot be configured as a shortcut in Okular. However, the suggested mappings PgDn/Space and PgUp/Shift+Space have been implemented in Okular satisfying my needs. Thus I refrain from filing a new bug for Okular.