I'd like to open a pdf on a defined article with the #nameddest commant from a html side.
My problem is, that works only the first time. When I scroll in the pdf dokument, close the document and open it again via the html link it opens the document on that page on which I closed the document and not on the defined artikle.
We use the MS Internet Explorer ver 6.0 and the reader version 7 in our company.
Is this a problem of:
- the old reader version
- the cache from the internet explorer
- the pdf plugin on the internet explorer
or is there a special command which I can add to the url ?
The url at the moment looks like: - http:// ......... / Manual01.pdf#nameddest=Part01.indd:Artikel_12
Thank you for your help
PS: I made the links already in InDesign and convert it to pdf, that's why there is a .indd in the url.
In Reader, under Edit - Preferences - Documents, there's an option (the first check-box) to display the file using the last view used for it.
If it's checked, try un-checking it then try again.
If it still doesn't work then it's probably related to the cache of your browser, but I think it should work.
Thank your your answer. The problem is that I don't have this option in the version 7. But I will talk to our web team if there is an update planed for the acrobat reader.