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Topic: pdf in browser sometimes comes up HTML
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 102068
From: kdabda
Date: 12/10/2003 05:54 AM

Has anyone seen where an pdf being view through a browser will be working okay, but then the next day it will be text (END OBJ and such), the raw pdf of the page. This happens on a machine that goes through the INTERNET to get to the page and then on a machine that is going locally through a INTRANET it works fine.

Then if I just keep reopening it then opens up okay through reader 5.0, but only after reopening quite a few times.

It is like it doesn't recognize it is a pdf on the machine. This is quite bothersome for the user, anyone has this happen.

Could one reason be slow response time to the machine?

Thanks!!


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