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May be safest just to save and restore the focus, which would be a
no-op on older releases.
Thank you for the reply :-)
Unfourtenetly we cannot just restore focus afterwards. Our command window sends messages asynchronsly to a mainframe system, to find the documents we want to display. The mainframe system posts the documents one after another to a message queue. Our application displays the documents when they arrive on the message queue. This can take up to 10 seconds, if we have to display many documents. Therefore we cannot switch focus forth and back for each document. Also we do not know when Adobe Reader have finished displaying a document, so we do not know how long time to wait, until setting back the focus.
Is there a way to disable this "feature"?
I talked to Adobe about the problem and they said that it was a bug in version 8. They also said that they could not say when/if the bug would be corrected :o(
I talked to Adobe and they said that it is a bug in version 8. They also said that they could not say when/if the bug will be fixed :o(