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Topic: Can't get named destinations to work in IE4.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52168
From: RobCairns
Date: 5/29/2002 04:50 PM

I am using
Reader 3.01
IE 4.0
NT 4.0

and have created pdf files with named destinations,
which use /XYZ view.
When I initially created them with the /File option,
the named destinations worked great (within Acrobat).
When I switched to /URI (& moved the pdfs to my web server), the correct pdf file is opened, but the view is not set to the named destination.

An example of the syntax of the full URL is
"http://mdcs.ntech.hydro.on.ca/~esmweb/flowsheets/33410-1501.pdf#33410-1501-144" where the named destination
is /33410-1501-144. Note : I am using a base URL.
(set to http://mdcs.ntech.hydro.on.ca/~esmweb/flowsheets/
)

The pdfmark code for the /Action is
/Action << /Subtype /URI /URI TheDestFS (.pdf) Append (#) Append TheDest Append >>
where TheDestFS would be (33410-1501)
TheDest is (33410-1501-144) and Append is a local append function.

Anyone know of limitations with Named Destinations in this configuration?

Thanks
rob cairns


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