janschenkel at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 14 00:04:27 CST 2005
--- Stephen Van Esch <vanesch at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Searching through the archives for a solution to my
> pdf dilemma, I came across a thread regarding the
> possibility of porting or creating a plug-in similar
> to a PDF Xtra for Director. On the Director side,
> Xtra displays pdfs within the project and allows
> control over the pdf (zoom, search, print etc.). I'm
> currently using this Xtra on another project and
> it very handy. Has anything happened to this?
Not knowing you were on the Mac side of the fence, I
forgot to tell you about a Mac-only trick to display
PDF files in your stacks : a player object.
On MacOSX only, QuickTime supports the display of PDF
files as if they're a movie object, so you should be
able to set the fileName property of a player to point
to a PDF file, and display it in your stack.
Hope this helped,
Quartam - Tools for Revolution
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