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Topic: pdf 1.4 wont work in Adobe Reader 6.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 89856
From: 160666
Date: 6/14/2003 12:22 AM

Hello forum users,

I have just made a new edition of my e-book (actually it is common
pdf-files (1.4)), which has different javascripted buttons containing
pdf-pictures. This all work very nice in Acrobat Reader 5.0.

But now, I have just found out that the new Adobe Reader 6.0
doesn't work with my pdf-files. All navigation (the buttons) wont
accept a mouseover-function. Therefore all the users of the Adobe
Reader 6.0 wont be able to actually use my new edition of the e-book.

WHAT on earth is happening..? I though that the new
Reader 6.0 would be compatible with previous versions - at least the
Reader 5.0..!!!

...So, now I have a big stack of cd's containing useless pdf-files for the
new Reader 6.0.

Does anyone have a solution for this issue..?

Try my tutorial-file, which work fine in 5.0 but NOT in 6.0 at:


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