Chrome displays PDF files natively inside the browser via a closed-source libpdf library. This library is naturally not included in Chromium, the open source brother of Chrome. Can one achieve the same functionality with Chromium?
Emacs offers many functionalities natively; I routinely use it for writing, email, news, chat, programming, web browsing, image viewing, and much more. Sharing the same environment and the same keyboard shortcuts everywhere is good for productivity. However, what if one uses a standalone GTK application such as Chromium or Pidgin? Is it possible to share most of Emacs keyboard shortcuts there as well?