I'm not sure if this is the correct place to ask this kind of questions (and if anyone know the right place, he can let me know). Anyway I'm asking here because maybe somebody has (had? hopefully) my same problem. I'm struggling reading papers or doing research due to the vertical height of my screen. as you can see from the following image:
The pdf file is not even nearly fitting the screen, so I have to scroll back and forth through the page. which is painful! I'm wondering if exists a method to get the same pdf (or in general the same web browser instance!) but split in a side-by-side manner in a way I have on left side of the screen the upper half of the pdf's page, and on the right side the remaining part. In this way I can fully take advantage of the horizontal width of my screen and I can finally have the entirety of a pdf's page on the very same display! But.. let's see the image below:
These are two instances of the same pdf file (yuppie!) BUT I have to scroll each one independently from the other. this is not what I meant! The thing that I'm in searching for is a way to scroll them simultaneously, in a way that the software gives me an arbitrary part of pdf's page on the left and the very continuation of it on the right and this in every moment.
[NOTE]: it would be great if such a thing could happen for every app in the system. or at least for the web browser. In this way I could have a part of (for example) Wikipedia's page on the left, and its continuation on the right. At every times. For every 'scrolling actions' I can do.
I'm (unfortunately) haven't done anything yet of myself. I was expecting some good advice on pdf reader software and/or web extensions.