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Chexander, the Window button is the button at the top center of the keyboard that shows three overlapping windows. It used to just switch between windows, now it operates like it looks, it resizes the window horizontally and shows the windows stacked like the image on the button. Maybe I will get used to it, but at this point, I don't like the way it works. On the plus side, the alt-tab key now operates like Windows to switch full-size windows like the Window button used to.
 

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Flicker when scrolling

I have been having the same issue with the PDF viewer. I think it's a graphics driver issue. I'm also getting a slight "flicker" when scrolling webpages with lots of text on the screen. Anyone else seeing the same?
 

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i haven't met this problem, my pdf viewer c# is working normally. i think it is a hardware issue, not the web you are using.
Yup indeed, I agree with fgimage and Imran. It is the problem of a hardware. But it is also very important to choose a good PDF processor in case of unnecessary problems. I am testing about the related programs. Do you have any ideas about it, fgimage? Or any other good suggestion? Thanks in advance.



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hi,

Here is the pdf viewer which i've used for a long time.Using this C# Windows Forms PDF document viewer library control , you can easily load PDF document from local files or steams.​

After loading the target PDF document file, you are also allowed to navigate to any page of source PDF document file, highlight & mark PDF document with rich annotating objects, rotate PDF document page, view PDF file in different screen modes and print source PDF file using C# code within a Windows Forms application.​

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geroge
 

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PDF Viewer/...

There's a very good PDF viewer that's available on the Chromebook Apps page...

It's as quick and good to use (so I've found) as the main Adobe Viewer on a windows PC...

Click on the dots, type PDF Viewer in the search bar and select the one at the top... (see image if it appears).... At the moment it's there... Use the top App, as marked out...




When you want to view a PDF, click on the app itself (I keep mine on the shelf) and a plain window should open... In the top left hand corner, is a small envelope image ~ click on that and it will take you to Google cloud, where you've stored the PDF... Double click the PDF and it opens in a flash... Well ~ mine does... Hope you have the same success...

RD
 
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