I just installed Ubuntu for the first time and I'm getting used to using it. I'm playing around with PDF documents. I have problems with rotation of pages using default document browser Evince document viewer.
I got two files:
'original.pdf' file with wrongly rotated pages.
'modified.pdf' file with pages rotation corrected by me.
orginal.pdf and renamed
Before I renamed
modified.pdf ,page rotation was good. When I renamed it to
original.pdf pages are being rotated wrongly. All this thing for the same file I'm only renaming it. I can cancel 'wrong rotation' by renaming
'original.pdf' to any other name. Quite strange... Of course if I open the
original.pdf file with another browser pages are rotated properly.
My guess is that Evince document viewer remember rotation setting from time when I was playing with
original.pdf file and is applying this rotation rules to any file named
orignal.pdf even if I delete the file and rename another file to
original.pdf. Sth like rule rotate pages in
orignal.pdf always by 90 degree clockwise`.
Is my guess about this rotation is good? Is there a way to delete this history of rotation or deactivate it completely? I would like to see always files as they are, keep it real.
Thank you in advance for help!