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Re: FOP and Acrobat Reader 7.0

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  • alfiluz
    Hi if you use the newest FOP-Version (0.20.5) you don t have the message about too many arguments in the Adobe Reader 7.0. In Fop was a correction about this
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 27 1:54 AM
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      Hi
      if you use the newest FOP-Version (0.20.5) you don't have the message
      about too many arguments in the Adobe Reader 7.0. In Fop was a
      correction about this error. i think this was in FOP-Version
      (0.20.4).
      Graets
      Alfred
      --- In XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com, "mcgm2002es" <mcgm2002es@y...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi!
      >
      > I find myself before a problem trying to bring up to date the
      version
      > of Acrobat Reader for the clients of my application.
      >
      > This application makes a serie of pdf documents using FOP and then
      > shows them in the browser with the Acrobat ActiveX control. In this
      > page you can print locally with the printAll command of the ActiveX
      > control. In this point we have the problem: Acrobat shows a dialog
      > warning about an ActiveX control trying to make some kind of
      > operation, asking for a decision (and a checkbox for not to show
      this
      > dialog again). Acrobat doesn't print the file and if you mark the
      > checkbox, the next time it doesn't show you the advise.
      >
      > This problem comes from version 6.0 but with version 7.0 the
      problem
      > is bigger since Acrobat gives an error "Too many arguments" opening
      > the file in the browser.
      >
      > Is there anyone who have had the same problem?
      >
      > Thanks and sorry for my english (I'm spanish)
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