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Topic: Custom Annotations
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 37616
From: shantanu
Date: 3/29/2002 11:18 AM

Hi,
I have inserted some custom annotations in the PDF file.
say, Where the sub-type of the annotation is "TieShan".
In the Plug-in I have got the annotation registered by using AVAppRegisterAnnotHandler.
But now I need to do some action when the user clicks on the annotation. This annotation is something like a box sourronding some text.
Now do I need to use some calls to Notification or check on mouse clicks ?
Or should I let the subtype be "Link" and give the action field as "TieShan" in the PDF and then use PDLinkAnnotGetAction and based on the action I get I should call my function ?

Please advice.
This is very necessary for me.

Thanks,
Shantanu.

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