revBrowser : Problems with PDFs when Acrobat's Pdfviewer plugin is installed
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Jul 30 08:30:43 CDT 2007
On a Mac, use a player to display PDF files. That will solve your
Economy-x-Talk Consulting and Software Engineering
Quickly extract data from your HyperCard stacks with DIFfersifier.
Op 30-jul-2007, om 15:25 heeft Christian Langers het volgende
> Hello everyone,
> Could anybody please confirm this : (perhaps this is a known issue,
> please forgive me then)
> - when calling a Pdf file from my HD (and probably from the
> internet too) and you've got Adobe's PdfViewer plugin installed,
> revBrowser will open an ask file window
> - I first assumed it had something to do with the internet plugins
> installed on my Mac (and I was right afterwards)
> - when choosing a plugin from the opened "ask file window",
> revBrowser seems to do nothing....
> I disabled Adobe's plugin, and voilà, revBrowser loaded the file ;
> I know revBrowser depends on Safari.
> The problem is to know if a user has installed Adobe's plugin in
> order to work with a Rev app.
> Could one gently ask the user to disable the plugin in order to
> work or just disabling the plugin temporarily from within the REV
> app and enabling when quitting (informing the user that one is
> changing temporarily his settings) ?
> Is there an accepted workaround or what do you think ?
> I'm on a Mac, PPC, G4 PB ; does revBrowser have the same issues
> with pdf's on Windows machines ?
More information about the use-livecode