Friday, August 1, 2008

JPdfBookmarks 1.2.1

Version 1.2.1 of JPdfBookmarks is ready for download.

This new release adds one major feature which is the possibility to modify several bookmarks with one action.

If you need to make the same modifications to multiple bookmarks, you can select more then one item in the tree holding down the "Control" key, then edit the attributes you want to apply to all of them, don't matter about the others. Press the apply button and a dialog will be shown, here you can check which attributes must be applied to all the selected bookmarks the unchecked ones will be ignored, when finished press the "Apply to All" button in the dialog.

This version also resolves a bug affecting users with the java runtime 5, so those who had problems with previous releases should try this one.

The Help menu has now an item to connect to internet and read the manual of jpdfbookmarks online.


m.ardito said...

Hi, great software, great new feature!
it is really useful to be able to apply a common style to several bookmark... (eg: page fit).

in order to be sure to have folded pages selected, too, it would be useful to have a way to do that maybe with an "expand all levels" command so that every bookmark is selectable with mouse. or something similar.

flavianopetrocchi said...

Thank you for your post. Nice hint, I will add an "expand/collapse all" action in the next release, I agree that it can be useful.

Anonymous said...

this is a good tool but is there a functionality of bookmarking all pages with at the same time. I have a pdf document with 23000 pages and doing this individually will take forever?

flavianopetrocchi said...

Most of pdf readers can jump to any page typing the page number or clicking on a page thumbnail, so why such a feature should be useful?