In the previous versions of Adobe Reader, it was possible to open a pdf in the web browser adding some arguments : #zoom=scale,left,top.
So we could open the pdf at a specific position, with a specific zoom.
But in the last version for windows, 10, the parameters 'left' and 'top' seem to be ignored. Only the zoom value is taken into account.
There is no error message, no warning. We could write the values we want for the left and the top but nothing happens.
So, I was wondering why it doesn't work anymore ?
And to be sure, I re-installed the version 9 of Adobe and it works, but not with the 10.
(and I hope that is not a fonctionnality which wasn't re-implemented in Adobe Reader 10).
If someone has an idea...
So, nobody has an idea ?
Juste to be more clear, I give an example :
Then, if you enter this url in a new tab, considering you use the adobe reader plugin to open pdf in web browser, the file will be opened with a zoom of 300, and the letf corner position will be at 200 pixels of the right, and at 200 pixels of the top.
But it doesn't work with Adobe reader 10, that's my problem...
Could someone help me with this ?