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PDF Bookmark tags

Explorer ,
Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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Hey guys,

 

we're trying to figure out how FrameMaker creates the identifier numbers that are linked to the headings in a PDF file with the "nameddest" tag. (For example:  <li><a href="https://file-path/Test.pdf#nameddest=G1061061" target="_blank">1 Titel</a></li>).

We are using a 3rd party tool to save the bookmarks as HTML, so we can use these links to jump to the

respective heading in the PDF file from an external website.

We'd like to have more control over these identifiers, if possible. Are these numbers generated randomly, or is there a certain pattern that we just fail to see?

Thanks in advance!

 

Cheers,

Alex

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Does this provide some clues?
MicroType » PDF Named Destinations
… which is to stay that the scheme is not trivially exploited using standard FM capabilities.

You can also do an FM forum search on [ pdf named destinations ] for considerable historical discussions.

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