Re: [NTG-context] Please fill out the following form

2010-06-04 Thread Michael Saunders
 more acrobat and initialization and so ... some of these things change
 per version; which version of acrobat? test file?

I have Adobe Reader 9.3.2, which I think is the latest.  The following test:

\starttext
\dorecurse{1000}{\tooltip[middle]{test}{test}}
\stoptext

produces a pdf which opens up with the purple band at the top.  There
is a button (which doesn't look much like a button) on the left of
this band that will hide it when pressed.  Still I'd like to control
it.

I have a closely-related question.  I'm preparing a document for
screen reading, and I always have to push the Adobe Read button click
to show one page at a time to make it behave nicely.   I'm guessing
that the command to keep the purple band from my screen is similar to
the one that would push this button automatically and begin the
document in the one-page-at-a-time mode.  I'm using:

\setupinteraction[state=start,color=,contrastcolor=,focus=???]

and I've tried every value I can think of for ???, but maybe that's
not the solution.
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Re: [NTG-context] Please fill out the following form

2010-06-04 Thread Taco Hoekwater

Michael Saunders wrote:

more acrobat and initialization and so ... some of these things change
per version; which version of acrobat? test file?


I have Adobe Reader 9.3.2, which I think is the latest.  The following test:

\starttext
\dorecurse{1000}{\tooltip[middle]{test}{test}}
\stoptext

produces a pdf which opens up with the purple band at the top.  There
is a button (which doesn't look much like a button) on the left of
this band that will hide it when pressed.  Still I'd like to control
it.


In my Reader 8, there is a prefs setting:

Edit - Preferences - Forms - Always hide forms document message bar

Best wishes,
Taco
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[NTG-context] Please fill out the following form

2010-06-03 Thread Michael Saunders
I was creating a document with many hyperlinks and tooltips, and
everything was working, until it reached a certain size.   Two strange
behaviors began:

1. At the top of Adobe Reader I get a purple band that says Please
fill out the following form...

2. Tooltips no longer appear at the first rollover.  Instead, a pale
blue box with a checkmark pops up.  On the second rollover, my
tooltips appear as normal.

Is this some limit inherent in Context, pdf, or Adobe Reader?  Is
there a way to work around it?
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