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Topic: Triggering old search interface needed
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 102752
From: shuvovse
Date: 12/22/2003 05:14 AM

I posted this on Acrobat 6 board, but maybe Developers will be more on target, especially because I am more interested in the 2nd question than in the 1st. Anyway, I apologize in advance for double posting.

(1) Is there a way in Acrobat 6 to force the old search interface, or to make the new search interface not show THE WHOLE LINE containing each search hit? (2) Further, is there a way to trigger this behavior of Acrobat as kind of an opening action of a particular PDF document?

(Uncleaned OCR included into PDF for searcheability isn't something that you want to show to the user by line. You want to show it by word, ideally simply hilighting the location of it. Web like search interface is, of course, very neat, but in this case it shows too much.)

Please CC replies to the address below.

Vitaliy Pavlyuk
vpavlyuk@hotmail.com

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