|Uses the given password to open an encrypted PDF file. The password is tried both as user and owner password.|
|Changes the initial zoom level, specified as the resolution in dpi. The default value is 72.|
|-A bits||Changes the anti-aliasing quality, specified as a number of bits between 0 (off) and 8 (best). The default value is 8.|
|Sets the full-page tint using hexadecimal color syntax. The default value is FFFAF0.|
|-W width||Page width in points for EPUB layout.|
|Page height in points for EPUB layout.|
Font size in points for EPUB layout.
Left mouse button click A left click on a hyper link follows the link. Left mouse button drag Pan the page. Panning beyond the bottom or top edge will go to the next or previous page. Right mouse button drag Select text in an area. On X11, the selected text can be pasted in another application with a middle click. Press Ctl+C to copy the selected text to the clipboard. On windows, the selected text will automatically be copied to the clipboard. Scroll wheel Pan page up or down. Does not change page when reaching the bottom or top edge. Shift + Scroll wheel Pan page left or right. Control + Scroll wheel Zoom in or out.
L, R Rotate page left (counter-clockwise) or right (clockwise). h, j, k, l Pan page left, down, up, or right. +, - Zoom in or out. W, H Zoom page to exactly fit width or height of window. w Shrinkwrap window to fit the page. r Reload file. . pgdn right space Go to the next page , pgup left b backspace Go to the previous page <, > Skip back/forth 10 pages at a time. m Mark current page for snap back. Up to 256 pages can be marked. t Pop back to the latest mark. [0-9]m Save the current page number in the numbered register. [0-9]t Go to the page saved in the numbered register. 123g Go to page 123. g, G Go to the first or last page. /, ? Search for text forwards or backwards. n, N Find the next/previous search result. f Toggles fullscreen mode. p Toggle presentation mode. c Toggle between color and grayscale rendering. C Toggle full-page color tinting. i Toggle between normal and inverted color rendering. q Quit.
SIGHUP Sending a SIGHUP signal to the mupdf process will also cause the viewed file to be reloaded automatically, for use in e.g. build scripts.
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