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Topic: New launchURL() question
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 127472
From: mwill81
Date: 2/10/2005 03:33 AM

I found out yesterday that Adobe 7 has this new launchURL() function for popping a browser window from a PDF. For testing, I have a PDF form with a button and the following JavaScript: app.launchURL("http://www.google.com");

If I click the button inside of the Reader, it opens a browser window that goes to Google. If I view the form inside a browser window and then click the button, it replaces the existing form with Google's page.

Does anyone know how to get this function to pop a NEW window and not replace the form in the existing browser window?

We've been fighting this for ages. Any help is greatly appreciated!

-Mel


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