I have recently upgraded from Adobe reader 8 to Adobe 10. I generate a pdf report that contains a url link. When I place the mouse over the link the address that it displays when clicked concatenates the text following into the link. So when the browser launches it gives me a page not found error.
On my report I have a space for comments.
Comment 1#: :http://www.google.ca/
Comment 2#: ZT2462
Comment 3#: 3-JAN-2011 1-4 ZX545 Flight from Los Angeles to Miami
Has anyone else seen this problem before? I tried opening my pdf with PDF-XChange Viewer and the link works fine. So it seems to be a bug with how Adobe handles embedded URLs.
Would it be possible for you to share the PDF, cause I wasnt able to get the gist of the issue.
I didnt quite understand, what you mean by Reader was concatenating the comments to create an incorrect URL.