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SumatraPDF developers are pleased to announce 1.7 release of SumatraPDF, a PDF, DjVu, XPS, CBZ and CBR reader for Windows.
In this release we’ve added user-defined favorites (i.e. bookmarks). You can create one or more favorites for a given file, navigate to a favorite and delete them.
Favorites are accessed either via a menu items in Favorites top-level menu or displayed as a tree in the sidebar.
We’ve improved support for right-to-left languages, like Arabic.
Logical page numbers are displayed and used, if document provides them (such as i, ii, iii, etc.).
We allow to restrict SumatraPDF’s features with more granularity; see this document for more information.
Command-line argument -named-dest now also matches strings in table of contents.
We’ve improved support for EPS files (requires Ghostscript)
Installer is now more robust. Previously an installation could fail if a web browser using Sumatra’s web browser dll was running. Now installer detects this and will ask to close the browser before proceeding.
Until next release.