I have a potential client who needs to have HTML <span> and <a> "title" attribute text displayed as mouse-over tooltips in a PDF file converted from HTML pages, as soon as I can provide it.
You will find a typical sample HTML file that displays these tooltips in all five of the major Internet browsers at http://businesssemantics.com/SBVRTerminologicalDictionary(2011-04-30-2045).htm
You will notice in the source HTML document that on the nouns and some other colored words there is a mouse-over tooltip from the HTML <span> "title" attribute containing the definition. These tooltips are critical to our application (http://www.DesignsForManagement.com).
I also put a link on "advice of possibility" in the definition of the entry "advice of contingency" test the tooltips in that context.
I have done considerable research on the web about showing mouse-over tooltips in a PDF file. It seems that there are two techniques recommended:
1. Transparent buttons with no focus rectangle
2. Text boxes
How quickly could you provide this feature. I am already a DocRaptor customer.
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