acroread as a plugin
mvh at ix.netcom.com
Fri Apr 2 09:03:29 PST 2004
Remove the plugin if you are using -stable, it's UNstable. I
confirmed this with the port developer. If you remove
/usr/X11R6/lib/browser_plugins/nppdf.so mozilla will revert to
launching acrobat as an external program, which works fine.
- Mike H.
X-Original-To: mvh at mvh.mine.nu
Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 17:36:18 -0500
From: Brian Gruber <lists at bgruber.isa-geek.com>
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I've been having this problem for some time, but for one reason or
another never bothered to report it. I found one instance on this
list of someone else with the same problem, but I didn't see any
acroread runs on my computer without any problem whatsoever, but when
it is loaded as a plugin in any mozilla-based browser, it stalls when
the splash screen says "loading ewh.api." My only recourse then is to
kill the acroread process, at which point my browser begins to respond
again, now with blank page.
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