Dear Michael, how have you created these html links? With what program? I
have used nitro pro and the links do not show up well via pdf.js
2015-08-18 14:48 GMT+03:00 Michael Levy <[log in to unmask]>:
> One method is to use Mozilla PDF.js which works the same way on many
> browsers and supports links.
> An example implementation:
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> [CODE4LIB] interconnecting with links in pdf files
> From: Sergio Letuche <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 2:14 AM
> Hello community,
> could you please suggest me the best way to treat the following use case:
> We have a lot of pdf files, which have in them a lot of links
> (terms), referring to different pages in the same pdf, or to a page in
> another pdf file. Noticed that links do not behave well, when opened for
> example with the default google chrome's pdf reader. So my aproach is to
> force download the pdf. So the situation is getting mixed: One has a pdf
> stored locally, and all the links load again the pdf, to be read online...
> Do you have any ideas, best practice i could follow, so as to make this
> work in a better way?
> p.s. we are using drupal to serve the pdf files, but i guess this is