See you have as many looky-loos for your question as I have for mine.
Have you tried setting your Firefox prefs for applications - PDF to specifically Acrobat Pro (or whatever you have)?
Oops, just reread - looks like you done this. At the risk of repeating what I said to another question, you may have one of those machine specific problems that no one else who comes here has ever had experience with.
In more of Adobe's infinite wisedom, they refuse to support any Browser other than Safari. I say refuse because its can be done, because, in fact there is a PDF Browser from Schubert of Germany That works in Safari, FireFox,SeaMonkey, Camino, iCab, Opera, and OminiWeb. In other words its supports both webkit, and Gecko Based Browsers. I can't say whether it works with Chrome asYou need at least OSX.5 in order for Chrome to Work. The Author flatly comes out they don't support IE.
This is a notch in adobe's belt cripling the ability for the Apple Platform to view PDF's in any browser availble. Back when Apple use system based of the 680xx chips and OS9 the plugin did work with any browser avaible. No wonder Apple and Adobe are at odds with each other.
It is obviously easy to fix. as Schubert was able to do it. He came out with the plugin within weeks after it was discovered, that Adobe's wouldn't. Adobe Constantly shoot's itself in the foot all the time and seems to be proud about it.
I was able to select which application in Firefox - Adobe Reader or Acrobat to open the files with. Both apps behaved the same - it displays the message "cannot find title page" and when I click ok, Adobe opens fine but it displays a blank white screen.
I checked Mozillas website for a possible plug-in but there are soo many. Can anyone narrow down the possibilities?
Thanks everyone for the quick replies.
As far as extensions go. Foxit reader is most popular
if you wan to go plugin Route google for PDF Browser Plug in by Schubert.
It not only allow s for viewing of PDF in FireFox it also works in
Not you have to remove the Pdf viewer Plugin for Safari. They don't coexist together very well.
the only thing it doesn't allow is filling out forms but does allow you to switch to acrobat or Reader for that as well as Saving the PDF for later use.