Hugues Leonardi wrote: > > Hello Paul, > > All the external links open the second pdf at the first page in acrobat > reader. I don't think it is the accent aigu in the id. My xsl-fo and the > pdf files are here : > http://leohome.free.fr/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=PmWiki.Documentation > http://leohome.free.fr/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=PmWiki.Documentation > External links have been written in red in the file named > guide-demarrage.xml.pdf. There are in page 27, 31, 37, 40... > > Regards. > > Hugues Leonardi > > > > Paul Vinkenoog wrote: >> >> Hello Hugues, >> >>> I have modified xsl DocBook stylesheet to generate the correct url >>> for external-destination and I have done a little test: >> >> Just a note: both forms are correct; it's just how you prefer the >> target to be opened. >> >>> in my xsl-fo, anywhere there is an external link, it look like this: >>> <fo:basic-link color="red" >>> external-destination="../guide-reference/guide-reference.xml.pdf#dest=Unités" >>> show-destination="new">Annexe E: « Unités de mesure et mention des >>> couleurs » dans le document intitulé <fo:inline >>> font-style="italic">Manuel de référence de GDeLTK</fo:inline> >>> </fo:basic-link> >>> >>> note : my pdf is produced with the latest fop-trunk and I apply >>> 42067 patch. >> >> This is true for both the target PDF and the referring PDF? >> >>> I confirm the document which contain the external link is now opened >>> with adobe acrobat reader (8, under windows XP pro), but only at the >>> first page, not at the page where the external link is. >> >> A wild guess: maybe the accent aigu in the id messes up the sorting of >> the names. Does the target PDF contain more named destinations? Maybe >> you can put it online somewhere (or another one that goes wrong) so >> other people can try it out, as well as look inside the PDF. >> >> >> Kind regards, >> Paul Vinkenoog >> >
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