PDFs displayed in Player!
revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Thu Jun 22 14:01:26 CDT 2006
It wouldn't surprise me at all to find tht RR is doing exactly as you
suggest. And it would surprise me substantially less to find that Apple is
ignoring them...and everyone else.
PDF is not universally loved and respected. Searchability is an issue on the
Web, e.g. Don't get me wrong; I'm a big believer in and user of PDF but I
just wanted to point out that there are probably other formats vying for
"the most common standard file format known to mankind" and that RR has to
try to support as many as possible.
On 6/22/06, Roger.E.Eller at sealedair.com <Roger.E.Eller at sealedair.com> wrote:
> Even so, Rev is the product that we all purchased to produce
> cross-platform apps. If Runtimes 'easy' solution is to wrap QuickTime into
> a player object to quickly support more filetypes, they should at least be
> working 'for us' to convince Apple to improve those supported filetypes to
> benefit everyone. If Apple insists that QuickTime for Windows will never
> support the PDF format, then other actions should be taken to directly
> support the format. After all, PDF is becoming the most common standard
> file format known to mankind.
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