Firefox + acroread7
e.schuele at computer.org
Wed Nov 9 04:22:57 GMT 2005
Frank Jahnke wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-11-08 at 21:32 +0000, Eric Schuele wrote:
>>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?
> The only one that I am aware of is intentionally to put the wrong
> directories in libmap.conf for the Adobe Reader, or remove the plugin
> entirely. Then you can at least choose the application that opens the
> PDF, at least in Gnome. That's a good working definition for a kludge,
> but I know of no others at the moment.
Yes... thank you. I was responding to my own post when I got yours.
Thanks for the help.
> You could of course use a different PDF reader, but honestly I like the
> Adobe Reader the best. Evince is just too slow to be useful, and the
> others just feel klunky to me.
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