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Old 08-27-2007, 07:52 AM   #4
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I had no idea FF also gave me a PDF reader.
Are you sure it does? I use FF 2.0.0.6, and have the prefs set to open PDFs in “the default application,” which in my case is the Preview app included with Mac OS X. (Used to be Acrobat, but it was too slow.)

The other Firefox choices are to open with “this application” that you choose from your apps; to “save them” on your computer; or to “use this plugin.”

None of those options sound as if Firefox itself opens PDFs.

Safari does open them, nicely, in a browser window, set off by a grey frame containing a few tools for dealing with the file. But unless you are playing with the version 3 beta, I don’t suppose you use Safari.

   
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