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PDF's do not display page 2
Squishdot Posted by I. Valdes on Saturday October 02, 06:05PM, 2004
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Hello all, On http://www.houstonpsychiatry.org There is a list of newsletters in the right hand column, first box. These are uploaded PDF's. However, when one attempts to display them, all in-browser display plugins with either Mozilla or IE do not display page 2+ of the PDF. If you download it from the link, and display it with Acrobat or somesuch there is no problem. Please help! -- IV

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    Not Squishdot?
    by Chris Withers on Monday October 04, 08:56AM, 2004
    Does the same behaviour occur when the files are downloaded from an area of your Zope server outside of a Squishdot site?

    Can you try downloading the files from Apache?

    How about just off a local hard disk?

    I'm afraid you need to get a packet sniffer such as Ethereal or Shane Hathaway's tcpwatch.py and have a look at what the differences are down the wire.

    FWIW, I'd be extremely surprised if this was a Squishdot issue...
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    • Re: Not Squishdot?
      by I. Valdes on Wednesday October 06, 03:04PM, 2004
      It only seems to happen when it is being displayed with a plugin through the browser. Off a local hard disk they work fine. -- IV
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    • Re: Not Squishdot?
      by Chris Withers on Monday November 22, 01:18PM, 2004
      Sounds like problems with Adobe's plugin then, adn you'd have to take it up with them :-S

      I know I often have problems with it when it runs asa plugin, and yet it seems fine when running stand alone.

      Maybe it'd fair better if IE was used as the browser?
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