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Re: [Swftools-common] (no subject)

From: Chris Pugh
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] (no subject)
Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2009 21:33:26 +0000


1.  Do the external links work from the original Open Office document,
 *and* from the PDF
     you create by exporting?  ( had to be asked, eh? )

2.  What happens if you miss out step 2, and embed the viewer directly?

      pdf2swf  --viewer rfxview.swf  testdocodt.pdf -o testdocodt.swf

You could also try the 'simpleviewer' option ..

      pdf2swf  -s simpleviewer testdocodt.pdf  -o testdocodt.swf



2009/1/25 Stijn Davinci <address@hidden>:
> Hello,
>  I'm using the latest windows-version currently for test-purposes.
> My steps:
> 1. Conversion odf to pdf (using openoffice itself)
> 2. Conversion to swf: pdf2swf testdocodt.pdf -o testdocodt.swf
> 3. Adding viewer: swfcombine.exe -o testdocodtv.swf rfxview.swf 
> viewport=testdocodt.swf
> The result is nice but,
> 1. external links are not working
> 2. internal links work, but pages-numbers of the viewer is not following. For 
> example: being on page one, click on Introduction:
>        you see page too, but the viewer-info remains on 1. So clicking on the 
> viewer forward/backward is misleading...
> I did some testing with
>        Freepaper. This solved only partially my problems.
> I can proviede a zip with:  openoffice doc, testdocodt.pdf, testdocodt.swf 
> and testdocodtv.swf.
> Thanks for your suggestions,
> Stijn
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