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Topic: Acrobat in MAC
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51294
From: girish
Date: 5/29/2002 04:44 PM

hi,

I would appreciate it if you would forward this around any programmers who are Mac experts.

I have a major problem with finding the correct string within the resource file which identifies Adobe Acrobat. I have searched the Adobe website and various others.

You will see that there are two strings listed - one for Word and one for Acrobat. Word has a code which reads "MS Word".I cannot find the appropriate phrase for "Adobe Acrobat" that is recognized by Mozilla. There is clearly a phrase but no one seems to know it. I have tried a few mutations including "AdobeTM Acrobat 4.0", but nothing works.

Thanks,
Regards,
Girish



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