Re: [xep-support] Automatically-active URIs??

From: Jim Melton <>
Date: Thu Nov 03 2005 - 10:09:52 PST


Wow! I was looking in the wrong place entirely. I should have
guessed that it was Adobe's "feature" and not RenderX's. You guys
have too much sense for this sort of thing!

I'll make the change in general preferences right away. Sadly, this
means that I can't control it and my (unknown, but probably legion)
users will confuse themselves. Sigh...

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction,

P.S., It's not Reader, in fact, but full Acrobat Pro 7.0!

At 11/2/2005 10:15 PM, David Tolpin wrote:
>> "if I don't use an explicit fo:basic-link element, don't turn any
>>apparent URIs into active links".
>Hi Jim,
>you'll need to contact Adobe on this issue. XEP is amazingly non-
>magical in this respect -- if you don't use fo:basic-link element,
>XEP does not bother. It's your Acrobat Reader which is trying to be

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