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                                AcroReloadPDF.js
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Author:

    Alexander Grahn


Description:

    AcroReloadPDF.js is a small JavaScript that adds a ``Reload'' function to
    Adobe Reader on Linux and other Unix-like systems.

    It allows to reload the PDF document currently viewed in the Reader to
    reflect the latest changes. The last view (page number and zoom state)
    will be restored.

    Since MS Windows does not allow to overwrite a document currently open in
    another application, this script does not make much sense in that
    environment.


Installation:

    Copy the script to

    ~/.adobe/Acrobat/8.0/JavaScripts/

    (the version number may need to be adjusted), close and restart Adobe
    Reader.


Usage:

    To reload the PDF, go to File-->Reload in the menu bar of Adobe
    Reader.

    Alternatively, press <Alt>+<F> followed by <d> to invoke it from the
    keyboard.


License:

    This material is in the Public Domain.

Files

Name Size Date Notes
AcroReloadPDF.js 1057 2009-02-02 09:18:29
README 1067 2009-02-02 09:18:42

acroreload­pdf – Reload-the-cur­rent-PDF util­ity for Adobe Reader on Unix sys­tems

AcroReload­PDF.js is a small JavaScript that adds a ``Reload'' en­try to the ``File'' menu of Adobe Reader on Linux and other Unix-like sys­tems. It al­lows to reload the PDF doc­u­ment cur­rently viewed in the Reader to re­flect the lat­est changes. The last view of the doc­u­ment (page num­ber and zoom state) will be re­stored.

Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Ver­sion 2009-02-02
Li­censePublic Do­main Soft­ware
Copy­right2009 Alexan­der Grahn
Main­tainerAlexan­der Grahn
Topics mis­cel­la­neous sup­port stuff
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