XSL-FO control over external links
When I generate a PDF document via XSL-FO (formatted via Antenna House), I have links to some external web sites. When I open the PDF file in Internet Explorer and right-click on the link and say "open in browser", I go to the web page I want. The problem is that when I hit the back button in IE, I go back to the first page of my document instead of the link anchor point. Is there any way to control this behavior in my XSL-FO or is this something that can be set in browser settings? If I just left-click the link without saying "open in browser", it opens a new IE window to the web page and my document stays at the same point as where I linked from. Any ideas on getting it to work so that when I just do a regular mouse click on the link, that it doesn't open a new window (the web page fills my document's page) but does return to my link anchor when I hot the back button? Any ideas appreciated! Cindy Hunt
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