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PDF is a formatted data and you couldn't access its content in shell but if you install poppler-utils ,then you could convert it to text and search for your pattern with grep pdftotext my.pdf - | grep 'your_pattern' > example.txt so you have your pattern in example.txt file .


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This bug appears to have been fixed in version 1.2.5 (I've upgraded to 1.2.5 and used the program several times and it has always selected the correct paper-size).


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I think I found the answer. One has to look at /usr/lib64/urxvt/perl/matcher and there they give examples. My usecase is to do find . | grep -i something and get a bunch of lines like ./foo/bar/something1.pdf ./bar/foo/something-and-else.pdf so that adding the two lines urxvt*matcher.pattern.1: \\B(./\\S+?).pdf urxvt*matcher.launcher.1: evince ...


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As mentioned in the instructions you linked: The default glob expansion puts the pages in alphabetical order. The index page links to nine different documents, whose names aren't in alphabetical order. When you say htmldoc ... *.html, the tools sees them in that order and puts the pages into the document alphabetically. You need to list the files on ...


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gPDFText converts ebook PDF content into ASCII text, reformatted for long line paragraphs, It works for me and it has a graphical interface.


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By combining: St├ęphane Chazelas comment this question https://stackoverflow.com/questions/25166223/open-firefox-new-tab-in-same-window-through-terminal sh command cause it wouldn't work otherwise I got it to work by adding to keyboard shortcuts (not xbindkeys). So all the steps are: Control center --> scroll down to Keyboard Shortcuts --> Press Add and ...



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