What pdf viewer are you using on Linux?

Does it work on Unix?

Alan

On 17/12/2008, at 9:46 AM, jdeland1 at comcast.net wrote:

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> Hello,
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> I just joined, have only used FM for 9 months, and have been around  
> and around this issue with Adobe.  We want to distribute our PDFs to  
> Linux, Windows, and Unix.  They work as shown below on Windows 32- 
> bit and -64 bit versions of XP and Vista Business.
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> I am using gotolink [folder name]/myotherfile.fm:[linkname], but  
> gotolink [folder name]/myotherfile.pdf:[linkname] works more often  
> than the fm extension does.  Here is my "test script":
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> link one = gotolink ./genh_toc.fm:one (OK on Windows, FAIL on Linux)
> link two = gotolink genh_toc.fm:one (OK on Windows, FAIL on Linux)
> link three = gotolink ./genh_toc.pdf:one (OK on Windows, FAIL on  
> Linux)
> link four = gotolink genh_toc.pdf:one (OK on Windows, PASS on Linux)
> link five = openlink genh_toc.pdf:firstpage (OK on Windows, PASS on  
> Linux)
> link six = openlink genh_toc.pdf:1 (OK on Windows, FAIL on Linux)
> link seven = openlink ./genh_toc.pdf:firstpage (OK on Windows, FAIL  
> on Linux)
> link eight = openlink genh_toc.fm:1 (OK on Windows, FAIL on Linux)
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> I am not using a relative path, because the PDFs are all in the same  
> directory.  I have tried the relative path on Linux with ".\" but it  
> made no difference on our test machine.
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> And of course I have a deadline that's approaching fast.
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> Help?

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Alan Litchfield MBus(Hons), MNZCS
AlphaByte
PO Box 1941, Auckland, NZ. 1140
http://www.alphabyte.co.nz




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