Ok, I'll take a look. In the meantime, I'd like to know if this is even possible. Thanks!
Sure ... I need something more complex than this, but here's the basic layout of the script above:
If a browser is already open with this title, go to it (by flashing the title), otherwise post an error message.
What I really want to do is much more involved, but I want to start with the basic "go to that titled browser if it's open" function. The website I referenced in the original post is very interesting and will actually show you what it does!
Opens a browser window to (which it already does):
But I want the link to, instead of open a new instance of WebTrac Activity Search, go to an already open instance of it. The reason for it is so that multiple windows of the same activity search are not opened.
I hope this helps explain better the actual application of the PDF document so that you can see what I'm trying to achieve.
Ah, you want to cross the bridge between the PDF file and the browser. In general, that is not possible (meaning across all use cases and all browser environments). There is one method that may work for a small subset of all environments, and that is by using the hostContainer method. See here for more information:
This only works when the PDF file embedded using "Object".
Here is information about the hostContainer: Acrobat DC SDK Documentation