Foxit Reader 1.1 for Linux User Manual
Using page thumbnails to go to specific pages
Page thumbnails provide miniature previews of document pages. You can use thumbnails in the
Pages panel to change the display of pages and to go to other pages.
To show or hide page thumbnails, do the following:
Choose View > Navigation Panel > Show/Hide Navigation Panel, or click Navigator
on the Toolbar.
Choose View > Navigation Panel > Page Thumbnails, or you can click the Page
Thumbnails button on the toolbar.
Note: Bookmark and Page tabs appear on Navigation Panel by default, you can click the two tabs
to switch between them.
To jump to specific pages, do one of the following:
Choose View > Navigation Panel > Page Thumbnails, or click the Pages tab in navigation
panel, all page thumbnails display on the navigation panel.
To jump to another page, click its thumbnail.
Automatically Scroll through a document
Automatic scrolling allows users to view documents without using mouse actions or keystrokes.
This feature also enables you to change the scrolling speed with ease. It advanced your view of
the PDF at a steady rate, moving vertically down the document. If you interrupt the process by
using the sroll bar to move back or forward to another page, automatic scrolling continues from
that point forward.
Choose View > Automatically Scroll.
To increase or decrease the scrolling speed, press the Shift key while scrolling mouse wheel,
or press Ctrl + Up/Down Arrow on keyboard.
To stop automatic scrolling, choose View > Automatically Scroll again. At the end of the PDF,
automatic scrolling stops and does not begin again until you choose Automatically Scroll
To set the scroll mode, there are two scroll modes for you to choose from: Continuous Scroll
and Time lapse Scroll. You can change the scrolling step width or scrolling speed by pressing
Shift key while scrolling the mouse wheel, or you can press the Ctrl +UP/Down Arrow keys
on the keyboard. The largest step size is the view height of current documents in Time lapse
mode. Please select Edit > Preferences, and then select a different scroll mode.
See also Setting Preferences