Originally Posted by vmonkey
I mean - you can use J and K to rotate screen for 10° (which I don't find too useful) - as it is written in the pull request, the major rotation used are 90°, 180° and 270°. In fact it would be great to use Shift+J to rotate screen for 90° in one direction and Shift+K in the other one. And somehow to fix centering of rotated pdfs...
Another thing - on my k3w when you want to get to the next page in a PDF you have to use the rigth buttons > and <, not the left ones < and >, because the left ones do not work.
Thanks for your reply.
I see, so you are referring to the rotation feature provided by the original system (which already has centering support). A shortcut for this kinds of rotation is easy to implement, because it can be achieved by shell commands. But I think it is better to first discuss with hawill
and other developers on which shortcut should be used for this task.
As for the 10° rotation, I agree with dpavlin
that it may be useful for viewing comics (as he pointed out in the pull request). So I think would be better to leave Shift+K and Shift+J shortcut to these two motions.
I will try to write a menu for the rotation feature you mentioned if I have time. I am now working on the search feature. It is half done and should be finished tomorrow if I am lucky enough. :-)
At last, thank you for pointing out the bug for "left < and >", I have fixed it in my repo and sent a pull request to hawill
. He seems to be a little bit busy and haven't merge the request yet. After I finished the search feature, I will pack a new release with this fix and put the download link in this thread.