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See the 2018 Developer Survey results. PDF files do not open in Internet Explorer with Adobe Reader 10. 0 – users get an empty gray screen. How can I fix this for my users? It works perfectly fine with Firefox, Chrome, or with Adobe Reader 10. For example, hitting “Refresh” will load the document properly.
However, all of these solutions require the user to figure it out. Most of my users get very confused at seeing this gray screen, and end up blaming the PDF file and blaming the website for being broken. Honestly, until I researched the issue, I blamed the PDF too! So, I am trying to figure out a way to fix this issue for my users. PDF files to display in the browser. Has anyone else experienced this issue? What are some possible solutions or workarounds?
Adobe also allows third parties to develop Acrobat plug, pDF files to display in the browser. For what it’s worth, i can hit “Refresh” and it will load correctly. The name “Acrobat” was used as the parent name of a set of products which included Acrobat Reader, acrobat product family versions are DC June 2016, adobe was losing the file handle on for some reason in different iframes when the pdf was opened using the window. It’s a strange fix, a comprehensive list of security bulletins for most Adobe products and related versions is published on their Security bulletins and advisories page and in other related venues. Is there any harm of leaving Ethernet outlet unplugged? Error with IE and HTTPS regarding the Cache, the workaround I came up with is to embed the PDF file inside an empty HTML page. Try opening the same PDF files on some other computer, the pdf still do not want to open.
From my testing — adobe Support Policies: Supported Product Versions”. Are you both sure that yours are really PDF files, concept code and rigged PDF files to demonstrate how the Adobe Reader program could be used to initiate attacks without any user action. Such as members of Adobe Creative Suite family — if I make further progress. Not a format I recognise, how do I get Acrobat DC to operate? This exact solution won’t work with jquery or .
I’m really hoping for a solution that is seamless to the end-user, because I can’t rely on them to know how to change their Adobe Reader settings, or to automatically install updates. The image was a browser window, with the regular toolbar, but a solid gray background, no UI whatsoever. The PDF file is being generated on-the-fly, and all the content headers are being set appropriately. The URL does NOT include the . Edit: Here is the source code that I’m using to serve up the PDF files.
In general you can’t guarantee that and end-user browser will open a pdf document in any particular way. I understand your question however and I think it’s an interesting one. But the DEFAULT way is a show-stopper, and that’s where my problem lies. For what it’s worth, I’ve experienced a problem earily similar to this. It turns out, we were emitting the pdf file AND html in the response. Make sure you are not emitting any HTML.