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I need my PDFs to automatically close if opened in Google Chrome past an expiry date. Javascript date check works when opening with Adobe Reader or another Adobe product, but not in in Google Chrome.

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Jul 18, 2016

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I need my PDFs to automatically close when someone tries to open past an expiry date. I set this up in Javascript and it works fine when trying to open with Adobe Reader or another Adobe product, but when opened in Google Chrome with the Adobe PDF plugin, the document remains open (since Chrome no longer supports Javascript) . Is there a way to prevent opening such a document in Chrome? I don't mean to disable the plugin on a certain computer, I need a general solution deployed in the PDF document.

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I need my PDFs to automatically close if opened in Google Chrome past an expiry date. Javascript date check works when opening with Adobe Reader or another Adobe product, but not in in Google Chrome.

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Jul 18, 2016

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I need my PDFs to automatically close when someone tries to open past an expiry date. I set this up in Javascript and it works fine when trying to open with Adobe Reader or another Adobe product, but when opened in Google Chrome with the Adobe PDF plugin, the document remains open (since Chrome no longer supports Javascript) . Is there a way to prevent opening such a document in Chrome? I don't mean to disable the plugin on a certain computer, I need a general solution deployed in the PDF document.

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