Hello!

  Does somebody know about a PDF-viewer for GNU/Linux which lets one open several documents in one window, but on separate tabs?
  Thanks!

P.S. Proprietary software isn't an accepted solution for me.

asked 08 Jul '12, 16:35

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Hello! Some user on another resource suggested me qpdfview. I installed it and use it right now. It looks like it is the viewer I was looking for.

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answered 12 Jul '12, 06:28

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apvlv is Open Source and supports tabs, but has a fairly unique UI that may not be suitable for some. I'm not aware of another Open Source PDF viewer that supports tabs, but depending on the use case you're looking for you may be able to use a tabbed browser that supports PDF natively.

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answered 09 Jul '12, 13:30

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