What's New in Foxit Reader 3.1?
The following is a list of exciting new and enhanced features in Foxit Reader 3.1.
Foxit Reader 3.1 supports internet keyword search. You can select the text and click the pop-up search icon or press and drag the mouse directly to search for the related information in internet.
Foxit PDF Reader 3.1 supports to customize the useful tools to appear in the Favorite Toolbar area, so that users can choose the tools that are used most often easily and quickly.
Lists all comments in the PDF document, and provides a number of common options that helps users check their comments better, such as expanding or collapsing all comments, as well as sorting comments in different ways.
Allows users to generate a new PDF document with comments summary and set the document properties, such as paper setting, page range choosing, and so on. It is a convenient way to get a synopsis of all the comments associated with a PDF.
Now users can view document restrictions by clicking the Security tab in the properties dialog box. The document’s Security Method restricts what can be done to the document, and the Document Restrictions Summary displays a list of tasks that users can perform.
Part of user interface elements supports Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA), that is, to deliver the UI information to the MSAA client-side.
A completely redesigned UI with a new look and feel that makes Foxit Reader more intuitive than ever before, such as updated icons and the reclassified menu bar.
Old test results
The test results for this version are very old, and as such they may not represent the current state of Wine. Please consider submitting a new test report.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
I have been able to flawlessly use annotation tools, 16 simultaneous tabs, "Save As...", and other routine things.
What does not
I needed to install the native odbc32.dll using the instructions here before it would start: http://wiki.winehq.org/NativeOdbc
What was not tested
I only tested functions that I need in my routine usage.
- Used the portable version of Foxit that doesn't require installation.
- Created the following shell script that can be invoked with Linux pathnames and automatically invokes Foxit with the appropriate Wine pathname:
/opt/FoxitReader.exe `winepath -w "$1"`