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The source of a position in the document can be opened in the source editor using the context menu which optionally contains an item for the first matching <em>SyncTeX</em> node.
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To <em>add annotations</em>, hold <b>CTRL</b>, click and hold the left mouse button to drag a frame around the region to annotate. Once the mouse button is released, a pop-up menu is displayed to select whether to add text or highlight annotations. Left-click to <em>edit annotations</em>. Right-click to <em>remove annotations</em>. (Adding and removing annotations requires version 0.20.1 or higher of the Poppler library.) Hovering over an annotation displays its contents as a tool tip.
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The outline view can also be navigated using the keyboard and the mouse wheel. Holding Shift and using the Up/Down keys will scroll the view. Holding Shift and using the Left/Right keys will collapse/expand one level of items below the selected item. Holding Control and using the Left/Right keys will completely collapse/expand the selected item and its children. Holding Shift and using the mousel wheel will change the selected item. Holding Control and using the mouse wheel will expand/collapse the selected item.
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The <em>bookmarks view</em> shows the bookmarks related to the document displayed in the current tab. The context menu contains entries to jump to the previous/next boookmark or to add bookmarks. The context menu of each entry also contains entries to edit and delete bookmarks.
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<b>Keep recently closed</b> If enabled, a recently closed menu is available and lists as many recently closed tabs as set in the "Recently closed count" option. Keeping the tabs available could increase memory usage considerably. (Effective after restart.)
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<b>Minimal scrolling</b> If enabled, the view port will only be scrolled if the target position is not yet visible.
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<b>Use tiling</b> Pages will be divided into tiles before rendering and caching to reduce memory usage.
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<b>Extended search dock</b> If enabled, the default search dock is extended by an overview showing the results of all tabs. (Effective after restart.)
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<b>Form field overlay</b> If enabled, all form fields on a page will be displayed as an interactive overlay. Otherwise each form field will be handled as a separate pop-up window.
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<b>Document context menu</b> Defines which actions are visible in the document's context menu. Available actions are openCopyInNewTab, openCopyInNewWindow, openContainingFolder, moveToInstance, previousPage, nextPage, firstPage, lastPage, jumpToPage, jumpBackward, jumpForward, setFirstPage, findPrevious, findNext, cancelSearch and separator.
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