What is the standard way to navigate in a .pdf document with the current version of the viewer?
I am usually using landscape orientation with some zooming. With an old version from several months ago I can press down the 5-way and then use the 5-way for scrolling. When the end of the page is reached I press "next page"(">" on KDXG) to jump to the beginning of the new page(I personally like Duokan's UI more - "<" and ">" for both scrolling and changing the pages - but the above method is OK too). With the new version, when the bottom of a page is reached using the 5-way, the "next page" button moves the view to the end(and not the beginning as it was in the old version) of the next page. There is also a "P" key with help string "toggle page-keys mode: viewport/page". But the "viewport" mode again doesn't seem to work for me - when the end of a page is reached it jumps to some point around the middle of the next page!? Also I am not sure if I did something wrong, but now I can't even scroll to the end of page with the fiveway - it only goes to a certain position and won't move beyond that point...
Is there more comprehensive help somewhere(not counting the source code
), that explains these things?