target = _blank
None of my links <a href="abc.com" target="_blank">abc</a> are opening in a new window...
They open in the same window as the pdf. Do I need to do something special to have the link in the PDF open in a new window?
So you are creating a PDF with Prince, which you are viewing in the browser, and when you click on the link in the PDF you want it to open in a new browser tab? I'm not sure if that's possible, we will investigate.
One other thing on some of the pdf reports I can right click on a link and get an option menu to open in new window. However one of our major pdf reports when I right click it does not offer this option.
Can't post in forum due to aviation data, so emailed to your yeslogic email account a copy of the one that has the right click option working.
I have not been able to find any mechanism for doing this in PDF files, and the PDF specification doesn't discuss the situation of the PDF viewer being embedded inside a web browser.
I am wondering if you have fund any solution for this.
PDF has a "new window" mechanism but it only applies to local links to other PDF files, filenames and not URLs. Since PDF was not originally intended to be viewed in a web browser it may be necessary to raise this issue with Adobe.
For a workaround, the web browser you use might support shift- or ctrl-clicking links.
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