On Mobile (using Mull) the PDFs are completely pixelated and simply dont render more details. Even after zooming in it takes forever.

Meanwhile on Desktop (Librewolf, Firefox, … on Fedora) it seems a bit slow compared to Okular, but it is very fine.

    • boredsquirrel@slrpnk.netOP
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      2 months ago

      Good hint!

      In about:config:

      javascript.options.baselinejit true
      

      Still the same, my used PDF

      It is likely really the issue that it doesnt render until the whole document is downloaded. This needs to change or at least have a setting.

      So I turned JIT off again.

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        I just tried opening the link in Mull and it is amazingly fast. It takes only 1 sec to render after zooming in or scrolling a lot at once. I’m a bit surprised because the file is 300+ pages. But I do encounter slow PDF loading sometimes, then I download the file and open it in another app

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          Strange…

          I have NoScript and UBlockOrigin installed, disabling both didnt change anything.

          Disabling both and enabling JIT didnt change anything. Maybe it is a GrapheneOS issue?

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      2 months ago

      for some reason i’m not able to download it, is there aything im supposed to do other than click the unclickable download button?

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        Does the webpage say anything about the extension being unavailable or something? I don’t know if stable Firefox has that one enabled. I use Nightly which had allowed all extensions for a long time and idk about Stable

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          could be that, but all i see is the page with the big blue download button (which is slightly grayed out and not working) so idk. anyway, i found in this posts thread a good pdf reader so i wont need the browser extension, thanks though

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          2 months ago

          Just tried it, works very well and fast but I think I prefer MJ PDF also because it runs on hardened Chromium so less RAM etc.

          Also MJ PDF has a dark mode, inverting black/white on texts