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Topic: Re: Navigation work-arounds
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 57769
From: prodok
Date: 5/29/2002 05:28 PM

Bill,

there are some browser/cache issues which make life difficult,
particularly for your point 1.

For point 2: the Close action is not supported by the PDF viewer
plug-in. In order to trigger some action, you might consider a
"submit" button.

To point 3: Catalog works only in a file server environment. In a web
server environment, you would have to use an indexer/search engine
which supports PDF and runs on the server.

Hope, this can help.


Max Wyss
PRODOK Engineering
Low Paper workflows, Smart documents, PDF forms
CH-8906 Bonstetten, Switzerland

Fax: +41 1 700 20 37
e-mail: mailto:max@prodok.com
http://www.prodok.com



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>I'm creating pdfs via FrameMaker for viewing via the unix based
>Reader and the browser based plugin. I've created several
>navigation buttons in the pdf files that work fine in the
>stand-alone Reader. However, a few of the buttons do not work in
>the browser plugin. We are using MSIE 5.5. Is it possible to
>configure the buttons to work similar actions in the browser plugin
>via Javascript as well as perform the desired actions in the
>stand-alone Reader. The button action in question are as follows:
>
>1) Go to previous view: This does work in the browser within the
>current doc, but will not jump back to the previous doc.
>
>2) Close: The close action is used to trigger a Reader plugin to
>write to a database.
>
>3) Search: Is there anyway to point to a AcroCatalog generated
>index via a URL address or must I envoke a web based search engine?
>


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