I have a web page that can load a PDF Document in an IFrame. The PDF can contain 3D annotation.
In Reader 9.x, we had the possibility to click button on the toolbar to launch the printing or to save the file.
Now in Reader X, we have a floating panel to launch the printing. But, when I scroll the document from page X to page Y, it appears that
sometimes the floating panel disappear. And it is impossible to show it again. The only way is to reload the document.
Other test without IFrame : Even if I don't scroll the document and I click the tree button of my 3D annotation, the floating panel will disappear forever.
My question is :
Is there a way to launch the document in BASIC mode (without changing the parameter in Reader X) ? not reader mode...
Currently, I use this to change the interface.
Thanks for help and sorry for bad english.
Thanks for bringing this up. This is a known issue and we are looking into it.
As a workaround, you can launch Reader in the basic mode with all toolbars visible by changing the preference at:
1. Launch standlaone Reader
2. Go to Edit->Preferences->Internet
3. Uncheck the option 'Display in Read mode by default' under 'Web browser options'.
I'm trying to figure out the same thing. I don't know why Adobe chose to make that change. Did you figure out how to display it programatically?
There is no script or API access to Read Mode. You cannot use a script to enter or leave it, nor can you sense if you're in it or not.
Of course there's no way for a document script to affect the application preferences of a recipient.
We have had a few bug reports related to Adobe Reader X protected mode coming in from you in this forum. We have addressed a large number of them in our upcoming Reader update and we would like to hear your feedback.
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