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Okular bars

Postby Gonzalo_VC » 29 Sep 2014 12:27

My friends, why does this Okular missing the bars? It's SolydK 64 (fully updated).
I have uninstalled it "fully" in Synaptic, even "purge" it in apt-get, re-installed it and nothing. I have clicked on many Function tools to see if it was in full screen or something like that, but no help, no options, no change.
I have installed Xpdf but is too primitive regarding look and tools. I prefer not to install evince due to Gnome dependencies.

Any suggestions?
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Re: Okular bars

Postby MAYBL8 » 29 Sep 2014 13:04

I google searched and a suggestion was to try
CTRL +M


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Re: Okular bars

Postby Snap » 29 Sep 2014 13:52

Crtl+M shows or hides menus in KDE apps. But... what bars do you mean? Sidebars? Previews?
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Re: Okular bars

Postby Gonzalo_VC » 29 Sep 2014 15:58

Snap wrote:Crtl+M shows or hides menus in KDE apps. But... what bars do you mean? Sidebars? Previews?
Top bars, menu, tools... those ;-)

I'll try Ctl+M (do the bars REMAIN hidden when closing and opening again the app?? Cause they are never shown, except for the side panel, as shown in my attachment).

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Re: Okular bars

Postby Orbmiser » 29 Sep 2014 16:26

No Titlebar would guess Theme issue? Check System Settings>Desktop Apearance>Window theme.
Check other apps showing same issue?
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Re: Okular bars

Postby Snap » 29 Sep 2014 16:34

I'll try Ctl+M (do the bars REMAIN hidden when closing and opening again the app??
Yes, they do. I have them always hidden to save screen space. I only use them (ctrl+M) occasionally when needed in certain apps like Okular that doesn't add an button to the toolbars. Other apps like Dolphin or Gwenview add that button when the menubar is hidden so there's no need to invoque the menubar at all. It's always (somewhat) on hand.

Another nice thing to save some more precious space is moving the menubars to one side displaying only (the smallest sized) icons. But Okular goes a bit on its own... These are my Dolphin and Gwenview tweaks with the toolbars at the left side for minimal footprint.

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Re: Okular bars (SOLVED)

Postby Gonzalo_VC » 29 Sep 2014 19:14

DONE with Ctl+M.
Thank you!

One bar was hidden, the other (tools) not ticked... and the user had to know that, in order to close the application, must use Atl+F4... what most newbies don't know.

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Re: Okular bars

Postby Snap » 29 Sep 2014 19:23

must use Atl+F4
Or ctrl+Q
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Re: Okular bars

Postby Gonzalo_VC » 29 Sep 2014 19:29

My friend, I'm telling Argen this forum must have some "+1" or "like" button so we can valuate help like this of your without the need to write a lot, but, as due: thank you again! I did not now Ctr+Q did the same trick (in 10 years with GNU/Linux I never knew, or I don't remember). ;)

PS: how can I put "solved" in the thread's head?

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Re: Okular bars

Postby Snap » 29 Sep 2014 19:54

Edit the first (opening) post and there edit the topic subject adding [SOLVED]. ;)
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