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Topic: reopening PDF File in browser to diferent position doesn't work
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 142820
From: anaallen
Date: 11/15/2005 11:34 PM

I have a PDF file with javascript (in the open action) that reads information from the query string and navigates to a bookmark acordingly.
This way, I can tell the PDF to go to bookmark 6.1.2 without named destinations.

My problem is that when the file opens the first time it works great, but after that it returns to the last position. So if I tell it to go to bookmark 1.2 it navigates there and, after that, it jumps back to the position were it was the last time (6.1.2).
It looks like it is running some code after I run my js code in the open event, but I can't intersect it. Is it possible to stop the event bubbling?
I'm using Acrobat 7.0 (with javascript) in Internet Explorer 6.0.


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