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Topic: Re: Disabling the 'Save As...' button
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56882
From: prodok
Date: 5/29/2002 05:22 PM

Brad,

the JavaScript reference to the APIREF.pdf goes for the list of the
menu item names. JavaScript can not do anything with the API calls at
all (unfortunately).

The list of the menu item names is towards the end, in the lists and
tables section.

Hope, this can help.


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>I have managed to locate a reference to this in the Acrobat SDK in
>the file APIREF.pdf under the Methods -> AVLayer -> AVToolButton ->
>AVToolButtonDestroy, however it does not have any JavaScript
>examples. It says that it is possible to do, but it does not tell
>you how to do it. I have tried this -
>
>AVToolButtonDestroy (ASAtomFromString("Save"));
>AVToolBarUpdateButtonStates (AVAppGetToolBar());
>
>but as Javascript is not my strong point, I'm not sure what is wrong
>with it. If anyone is able to help out with the correct syntax for
>the JavaScript, then I imagine that ambat_anil@hotmail.com would
>appreciate the answer too, as he is trying to do the same thing with
>the print button...
>
>The other choice we have is to build a custom viewer for PDF files
>(which I have already done in VB) but I would prefer to find out how
>to do it using the features of Acrobat.
>

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