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Topic: Mac user problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 38607
From: BillV1
Date: 4/15/2002 10:10 PM

I'm having difficulty with Mac users using my site that has Delphi ISAPI scripts.

One instance, I have an html page with input fields and a submit button. This works fine(w/Mac users) as the return page comes back fine.

Another instance, I have a PDF file w/ fields and a submit button. When the Mac user hits "submit", the "return" page comes back with a blank white
page(should of returned a htmlpage using PageProducer.Htmlfile). Looking on
the server side, everything worked fine and all the processing was done. This, btw, works completely fine with all PC users.

Does anyone have a clue on why
this is not working with Mac users?



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