Enable new pdf viewers in Chrome

Google Chrome can be used to display PDF documents. The feature is inherent in the web browser, which means that it does not require the use of third-party tools or extensions.

Google is working on a built-in PDF viewer update that will fill many gaps, as other web browsers, such as Firefox, provide a much better view when it comes to viewing PDFs in their browser.

Right now, the Chrome users can use the built-in viewer to zoom in and out, print the document, and change its orientation. Compared to Firefox, which has a table of contents, auto-zoom, or quick jump feature, features that Chrome lacks.

The next update to Chrome's PDF viewer will change the data. Currently the new features are available in all recent web browser versions, including Chrome , but behind a flag. Upcoming Update features a table of contents, a two-page view, quick switch support, and more.

How to turn on
1. Browse Chrome on the page chrome: // flags / # pdf-viewer-update.

  1. Set the PDF Viewer Update flag to Enable.

(Warning: the flag is available for all desktop versions of Google Chrome.)

  1. Restart Google Chrome.

You will immediately notice the difference in the appearance of pdf files, thanks to the new content sidebar that is present when activated. A click on its icon στη δεξιά πλευρά της γραμμής εργαλείων εμφανίζει τη νέα “two page view” which you can activate to display two sheets side by side.

Chrome users μπορούν επίσης να ενεργοποιήσουν τη λειτουργία PDF Viewer Presentation για να ξεκλειδώσουν τη λειτουργία προβολής PDF πλήρους οθόνης. Απλώς χρησιμοποιήστε τη συντόμευση F11 στο πρόγραμμα προβολής PDF στο Google Chrome για εναλλαγή της λειτουργίας.

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