Without a plugin or a specially-created PDF file, it's not possible. Acrobat X is not a fully touch-compatible application, and the 3D viewport is intended to be used with a conventional mouse or via the popup 3D toolbar. The toolbar can change the zoom/pan/spin options but is not accessible to the keyboard, and scripts cannot define their own keyboard shortcuts (only plugins can).
I am a big fan from you at this forum. You always with the right answer and great tips.
About this matter I have no skills to develop a plugin as you explain so I would need some help.
Can you provide me with a service like you mention?
Of course I will love to pay for it.
I am preparing a 3d PDF files for a showroom. It will have about 8-10 pages with video , photos and various 3d scenes.
My email is [ redacted by forum host ]
Thanks for your help
Plugins for Adobe Reader are not a trivial thing, not least because you need a license key from Adobe to sign the code before it'll work. Because of product timetables I don't have time at the moment to get involved in your project but if you want to go the plugin route I suggest asking in the Acrobat SDK forum, which is where most of the C++ programmers hang out. I'll add the SWF-proxy idea onto our list of future tutorials but it'll be a couple of months before I get round to it.
Please don't post email addresses in your messages, with 25 million page views a month posting an address here is a sure-fire way to get spammed. If you're looking for people to assist, ask them to private-message you instead. You'll get an email notification when a new PM arrives, but your own address remains secret. bearin mind though - this isn't a job site.