I have a very strange problem and I hope you can point me a solution. I generate pdf files in which I insert links to other pdf files. Starting with IE8 and the latest version of adobe reader, I have problems with this links when I open pdf files in browser. When I click the link, a security warning appears and asks me if I want to allow the content. When I click "Allow", nothing happens. It seems like the internal navigation of the activex component is somehow blocked. This is only happening when I open (in browser) the pdf files from my local path (c:\...). If I share the directory, and open the pdf files from unc path, then the same security warning appears but when I click allow, it is correctly loading the other pdf document (i have XP as OS). Do you have any idea how to make this links work also from local path?Can I configure something, or is there a security problem?(it's seems so) I can send you also 2 pdf files as sample if you need it for test, just point me an address where I can send them.
Thanks and regards,
Try installing Firefox and use it as your default browser.
I wish it was that easy, in firefox indeed it is working corectly but I cannot switch to it. What I told here is just a small part of a very complex application and the functionality as it is implemented now, it is compatible with IE only. My question is now if this problem is something general or not? Whould be possible for a workarround or not? I'm prety sure it has somethig to do with the security issues that appeared lately... or?
and thanks for reply,