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The functionality you're trying to use does not work when Reader is spawned
within a browser. You must launch Reader stand-alone. Either ditch the HTML
splash page, or make everything HTML and use a js search script.
wswallow "at" nycap "dot" rr "dot" com
::: -----Original Message-----
::: On welcome.html, user clicks the Search link. The
::: search.pdf file opens.
::: On search.pdf, user clicks the Search button. This button
::: activates the
::: Adobe Search query process.
::: In the Search pop-up, user enters search terms and clicks search.
::: The search results are displayed. The user selects the
::: first result in the
::: list and clicks View.
::: Nothing happens - Adobe does not display the file.
::: If step 1 is bypassed, i.e. the user goes straight to search.pdf and
::: completes steps 2-4, Adobe does display the file.
::: Any thoughts on how to fix this problem?
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