- → (Ctrl+1)
The mouse will have its normal behavior,mouse button for dragging the document and following links and mouse button for adding bookmarks and fit to width.
- → (Ctrl+2)
The mouse will work as a zoom tool. Clickingmouse button and dragging will zoom the view to the selected area, clicking mouse button will bring the document back to the previous zoom.
- → (Ctrl+3)
The mouse will work as a select tool. In that mode clickingmouse button and dragging will give the option of copying the text/image of current selected area to the clipboard, speak a text or to save an image to a file.
- → (Ctrl+4)
The mouse will work as a text selection tool. In that mode clickingmouse button and dragging will give the option of selecting the text of the document. Then, just click with the mouse button to copy to the clipboard or speak the current selection.
- → (Ctrl+5)
Draw a rectangle around the text for the table, then use the click with themouse button to divide the text block into rows and columns. A mouse button click on a existing line removes it and merges the adjacent rows or columns.
- → (Ctrl+6)
Activates the magnifier mode for the mouse pointer. Press and hold themouse button to activate magnifier widget, move the pointer for panning through the document. The magnifier scales each pixel in the document into 10 pixels in the magnifier widget.
- → (F6)
Open the review toolbar. The review toolbar allows you to add annotations on the document you are reading. For more information, please see the section about Annotations.
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These items allow you to speak the whole document or just the current page and stop speaking using the KDE Text-to-Speech system Jovie.
The Speak ... actions are enabled only if Jovie is available in the system.