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Detect Acrobat Reader Plugin

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Hello misters,

I have a ASPX that contains an IFrame to display a PDF file.

Like this:

<iframe src="/Files/MyPDF.pdf"></iframe>

I have an problem about it, if an user hasn't installed Acrobat Reader
Plugin. In that case, the IExplorer shows an popup window with this message:
"File Download....".

Any solution ? Any help, please ?

Perhaps if I detect Acrobat plugin with javascript or vbscript...??

Thanks, regards...
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http://www.alhambra-eidos.es/web2005/index.html
www.kiquenet.net

Apr 13 '07 #1
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On Apr 13, 7:50 am, Alhambra-Eidos Kiquenet
<AlhambraEidosKique...@discussions.microsoft.comwr ote:
Hello misters,

I have a ASPX that contains an IFrame to display a PDF file.

Like this:

<iframe src="/Files/MyPDF.pdf"></iframe>

I have an problem about it, if an user hasn't installed Acrobat Reader
Plugin. In that case, the IExplorer shows an popup window with this message:
"File Download....".

Any solution ? Any help, please ?

Perhaps if I detect Acrobat plugin with javascript or vbscript...??

Thanks, regards...

--http://www.alhambra-eidos.es/web2005/index.htmlwww.kiquenet.net
Here is a web site that detects Adodbe Acrobat, among other things.
Maybe if you look around a bit you can see an explanation of how it's
done.

http://gemal.dk/browserspy/

Apr 13 '07 #2

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From the ASP.NET Forums:

http://forums.asp.net/1660635/ShowThread.aspx

HTH.

-dl

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David R. Longnecker
Web Developer
http://blog.tiredstudent.com
Hello misters,

I have a ASPX that contains an IFrame to display a PDF file.

Like this:

<iframe src="/Files/MyPDF.pdf"></iframe>

I have an problem about it, if an user hasn't installed Acrobat Reader
Plugin. In that case, the IExplorer shows an popup window with this
message: "File Download....".

Any solution ? Any help, please ?

Perhaps if I detect Acrobat plugin with javascript or vbscript...??

Thanks, regards...

Apr 13 '07 #3

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