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Topic: Settings in Reader run from CD-ROM
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59290
From: slcolucci
Date: 5/29/2002 05:38 PM

I am distributing Reader on a CD-ROM along with documents so that it runs entirely from the CD-ROM. It appears that the preference settings I set in the reader before burning the CD-ROM are not preserved when Reader opens from the CD-ROM. For example, I un-check "Open cross docs in same window." When I open the reader from the CD-ROM on another computer, the setting is back to the checked (default) position.

I am assuming the peferences are stored in the registry or some other location on the user's hard drive (not intrisically with reader). Therfore any settings I want to apply must be set using Javascript in the first document that I am opening. Right? Or am I full of baloney? (Or both??)

Thanks,
Steve

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