From: David Tolpin (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 22 2004 - 02:00:45 PDT
> I appreciate your response very much. I provided some answers, inline,
> At 03:10 AM 10/22/2004 +0500, you wrote:
> >Do you a link from one PDF file to another one to work when
> >the file is opened in Acrobat Reader?
> Yes, this is what we want.
As it is explained in the documentation (Reference, note for
'external-destination' attribute), you should use explicit file:
will generated a link to the other pdf which works directly from
> Can you give me some idea of what's involved? Is the "remote" case a
> straightforward variation on the "local" case, or ......?
Acrobat Reader cannot open remote files as PDF links; it can only
do it through an external browser, in which case you should not
use file: url scheme, but the actual scheme instead, http: or
just relative, and you must have browser configured.
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