Subject: Re: Request for help with olink target data file and @hrefattribute
>>>>> David Tolpin <email@example.com>: > Personally, I am not aware of any PDF viewers that can talk HTTP > directly. Acrobat Reader cannot retrieve relative URLs for local > files unless launched as a plugin for a WWW browser, for example. Used as a browser plugin was what I thought of. Of course, I don't really like reading PDF that way myself. It has a tendency to bring down my browser, and feels slower than just using the PDF view. > PDF links are different from Web links from PDF's point of view; the > same link cannot be both a PDF link and a Web link in the same file. What is the expected behaviour from clicking on a web link, as opposed to a PDF link? Is clicking on a PDF link expected to open the other PDF document in the viewer, and position the cursor at the correct spot? Is clicking on a web link expected to open the link inside the default web browser (in effect using it as an external viewer)?