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Use open parameteres to enable scrollling

Guest
Oct 05, 2021 Oct 05, 2021

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I'm trying to enable scrolling when opening a pdf in html.

Is it possible to achieve this using PDF Open Parameters?

For example, like

http://example.com/example.pdf#view=FitH

 

Or is there a way to do something like

this.viewState = {pageViewLayoutMode: 2}

in Acrobat Javascript with browser javascript.

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LEGEND , Oct 05, 2021 Oct 05, 2021

No. And... the browser doesn't use any Adobe tech, so it's anyone's guess what it might do with open parameters (though some of them imitate the documented Adobe options). Many browsers won't support the full range of page display options at all.

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No. And... the browser doesn't use any Adobe tech, so it's anyone's guess what it might do with open parameters (though some of them imitate the documented Adobe options). Many browsers won't support the full range of page display options at all.

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Thanks.

I will try to find another way.

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