Firefox + acroread7
e.schuele at computer.org
Wed Nov 9 04:13:28 GMT 2005
Eric Schuele wrote:
> Frank Jahnke wrote:
>> We talked about this extensively on the ports list about a month ago,
> I vaguely remember the thread, but could not dig it up in the archives
> for some reason.
>> when I saw the same thing with Epiphany on 6.0-RC1. The conclusion was
>> that this is a bug in linuxpluginwrapper. See:
>> To my knowledge, this has not yet been fixed.
> Yes! That's the problem exactly. In fact I was getting the 'undefined
> symbol' error up until I changed the libmap.conf to point to where the
> nppdf.so resides. At that point the error went away and the plugin was
> available in the about:plugins dialog. However, the pdf fails to load.
> Is there in fact no known workaround? Maybe an older version?
Ok... well.. here is my workaround. YMMV.
Edit -> preferences -> downloads -> plugins
go to download a pdf file... tell it to always automatically open with
It opens in an external window, but still saves me a click or two.
Still be nice if the plugin worked.
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