is there possibility to enable user to click on hyperlinks in the document? I do not want to allow user to select the text, but to be able to click on the link so he will be redirected to it. (for e.g.: last page here: http://www.docuvieware-demo.com/annotations_demo.aspx )
I am not sure to understand the question.
Hyperlinks are supported in DocuVieware. Just check the annotation demo page, go to page 2 for example and click on a link. You will be automatically redirected to the corresponding target.
Please let me know if I am missing something obvious.
thank you, but I meant the page 107 in the annotation demo. On the last page, there are two URLs that redirect you to other website. In PDF viewer when I download "Little Prince" PDF to desktop in OSX, I can click on those URLs on page 107 and I am redirected. In annotation demo in DocuVieware, i cannot click on them. I have to manually select them, and copy paste them. Also I was wondering, if clickable URLs can be still enabled even when text selection is disabled.
I hope I explained it better.
I would also like to get more information about support for external hyperlinks. Internal links (which navigate to different place in same document) work very well. However, when I have an external link (which targets to another website) it is rendered as a clickable text, but after hitting on it, nothing happens. Current page is only refreshed and "Page 0 of X" pop-up displayed (this is probably an unwanted behavior). I would like to know whether is it an appropriate behavior (deliberately blocked opening external URLs because of security purposes etc.) or some kind of issue in your viewing component? It is not a critcal case for us, but we need to know how explain it when our customers will ask.
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