Member since: Dec 3rd, 2009
Jan 18th 2011 1:03PM Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait! People still use CorelDRAW?
Nov 12th 2010 12:56PM WOW!
Nov 1st 2010 10:57AM If your phone is able to install 3rd party apps (i.e. not from the Android Market), you can just visit the link in your phone's browser, download the APK from the "Free Download" link and install from there (I just did this).
Oct 18th 2010 2:20PM Awesome! Any way to get this without signing up for the forum?
Jul 30th 2010 2:20PM So much for a civilized discussion. Looks like the trolls are coming out...
Jul 30th 2010 1:07PM @AemonyThanks for the link :-)Everyone has heard of software exploitation.So, Slim and SumatraPDF are not vulnerable? Where can one find one of these infected PDFs?
Jul 30th 2010 12:17PM I used SumatraPDF for a while and I really liked it. But, I got complaints from my clients that I wasn't making all the corrections they were sending me.Turns out that I many of the notes and such they were adding to the PDFs weren't coming through with SumatraPDF.I tried Acrobat Reader 9 and it is much better then the previous version I was using (Acrobat Reader 7) in terms of speed.If someone could come up with an open-source reader that is 100% accurate I would switch, but for now accuracy is more important.The original idea behind the PDF file format was accuracy regardless of the program using it; a universal file format.
Jul 30th 2010 11:11AM I am not seeing how it is bloatware. It opens in 2 seconds and uses less then 10Mb of RAM.Also, how can it be a security risk when it doesn't access the net (except for updates)?If alternatives can't render properly 100% of the time, are they really a viable alternative?
Jul 30th 2010 10:42AM Help me understand... why would someone use an alternative PDF reader when Adobe Acrobat Reader is free?
Jun 24th 2010 11:09AM Though doesn't that technically violate the licensing of said codecs?
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