> Paul Hartman wrote:
>> On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 12:13 AM, DoctorBill<ab...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>> Once in a while when I click on some site with info,
>>> everything stops, a "tab" will form and it turns out
>>> to be Adobe Reader downloading a pdf file.
>>> Why does the browser lock up ?
>>> Can't stop it, can't move out of it - I have to set there
>>> and wait.
>>> BTW - I am on Dial-Up, so the wait can be interminable.
>>> Is there some way to make SM 1.1 not lock up when pdf files
>>> are incoming ?
>>> You don't always get a warning on some web sites.
>>> If I see the site is going to send a pdf file I can refrain.
>> Get rid of the Adobe Acrobat plug-in so the browser will prompt you to
>> open or save the file externally.
> I erased nppdf32.dll from the Mozilla.org plug-in directory as per
> However - Adobe Reader is still listed in About:Plug-Ins after
> exiting and re-entering SM 1.1
> Am I doing something wrong?
It should also list the path there, have a look again ;-)
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