PDF and Rev

Eric Chatonet eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com
Tue Dec 19 09:10:01 CST 2006


Hi JB,

In order to master the process completely in Rev, you might be  
interested in Chipp's really fine AltBrowser:
We use it to open hundreds of pdfs directly in a Rev viewer stack  
that is a part of a Rev app.
Works really well without any extra exe.

Best Regards from Paris,
Eric Chatonet

Le 19 déc. 06 à 16:23, jbv a écrit :

> Stephen,
>
> Your remark makes sense, but let me know how to open a
> PDF document in Acrobat Reader from a Rev script...
>
> For the moment I'm using Rev 2.5 and am in a hurry to
> complete a small app for a client that will run on Windows
> only and needs to open a PDf file... If anyone happens to
> be in a similar situation, then PDF2EXE is useful...
>
> JB
>
>> Why would this be useful? Isn't the idea of a PDF to be a
>> cross-platform document? EXEs lock it into a platform again.
>>
>>> Hi list,
>>>
>>> In my quest for a way to open a PDF file from a Rev script,
>>> I've found a freeware that converts PDF files into executables :
>>> PDF2EXE (http://www.pdf2exe.com).
>>> Then it becomes easy to launch the executable with a single
>>> line of code in a script.
>>>
>>> I thought some of you might find this useful...
>>>
>>> Best,
>>> JB


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