Converting .pdf to .chm or .html

Taavi Burns taavi-LbuTpDkqzNzXI80/IeQp7B2eb7JE58TQ at
Mon Jul 12 18:46:55 UTC 2004

On Mon, Jul 12, 2004 at 02:31:19PM -0400, Devin Whalen wrote:
> Thanks,
> I tried it and it worked.
> PDFs are [usually] searchable, and often have a table of contents which 
> > make them easy to browse. What type of files are you looking at?
> Yeah, I can search for a word, but I can't click on the table of
> contents and get to where I want to go.  Anyway, the program you gave me
> works great, so no more problems :).  Thanks again.

If you're having that problem, then either you've got old/poorly made
PDF files, or your PDF reader sucks.

And yes, KGhostView and KPDF both seem to suck.  Acrobat Reader does do
the linked bits properly, and is actually quite a bit faster than any other
PDF reader I've tried in Linux.  *shrug* has internal and external
hyperlinks in it that Acrobat follows quite nicely.  It was created in LaTeX
using the hyperref package:

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