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Topic: RE: Can't get named destinations to work in IE4.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56625
From: Dave
Date: 5/29/2002 05:20 PM

Also in question are the switches that can be used, some of them work
reliably others dont work at all - the Toolbar switch for example, seems to
bring IE4 down without doing anything, and yet the page= switch works

Any ideas on this Teryk?

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> Basically this functionality worked in IE 3.0x, was broken in 4.0x and has
> been fixed again in 5.0. The problem is a bug in IE which crops off
> extended URLs rather than passing them to plug-ins. I don't think that
> there is any version of Acrobat that will handle extended URLs with IE4.x.
> I would suggest updating to Acrobat 4.05 and IE 5.

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