I've got a few text markup annotations in one part of my document, each has an associated popup, and when the user does some input elsewhere (for example, clicks on an outline entry), I need to temporary accentuate one of those annotations -either changing its color, or changings its border, or making the popup appear, something, anything.
The problem is that everything I've tried is flagged by Adobe Reader as a modification to the document, so when I close Reader it asks if it should save the modified document.
Is there a way to temporarily accentuate one annotation without having it flagged as a modification?
Set the document's dirty property to false. All changes will then be
ignored when the document is closed.
I don't think that works for Acrobat PDF. That is possible in Designer forms for there is more event handling. Don't know which event he will be putting this in Acrobat. Check this: