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Topic: Adobe E-book Reader
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51571
From: curmudgeon42
Date: 5/29/2002 04:46 PM

I have just become aware that Adobe aquired Glassbook and has created the Adobe E-book Reader 2.0, which is another reader (therefore could be used instead of Adobe Acrobat Reader). Is there any information out there for developers interested in this new reader? I have already noticed that it apparently doesn't support JavaScript like Adobe Acrobat Reader does, and this is extremely important in my development concerns. Does Adobe plan to make this new reader *replace* Acrobat Reader? Will they make it able to better handle the PDF files out there with JavaScript implemented?
If you have any information regarding this new reader, or if you know of any sites out there that have covered any of these topics, please let me know.
Thanks for your help,

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