Lets say I want to share a pdf but I want whoever is visioning it to have JS enabled, otherwise i don't want to display the pdf. Can I share a 'blank' pdf with only JS code in it that will generate a new pdf with all the text I want in it? Will this just provide a blank pdf if JS is disabled?
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but it's very limited and cumbersome.
A better option is to use an "envelope" to show a blank PDF that can only be
such a tool, perhaps they could shed more light on this technique.
thank you for the quick reply!
Following that line of thought, I could probably even display an alternative version, asking for JS to be enabled if the user wishes to view the content of the pdf?
Yes, you can use layers to do that and then create a small script that shows
the layer with the actual content. However, I think this can also be
manually done with JS disabled, so it's not 100% fool-proof.