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Topic: Link/Frames problem when using frameborder=0
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 95385
From: ronnie75
Date: 8/28/2003 10:31 PM

I have a weird problem. I use a javascript as a navigation in html frames. The script is executed in the left frame and the content is shown in another frame.
When i click on a link to a pdf file in the menu, the pdf loads in the rightframe --no problem.
But when i click on the next link in the left frame, the pdf doesn't load. Only after clicking the link again will the pdf load.
You might think there's a problem with the javascript i use, but it worked fine with acrobat 5 viewer.

I tried to solve the problem by changing things to the frames and when i removed a frame it did work as normal again.
After closer inspection i noticed that my original frame setup works fine when i remove frameborder=0.

hope someone can help...

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