[OS X TeX] [ANN] TCOBrowser-0.84
bvoisin at mac.com
Sun Jul 10 18:38:21 CEST 2005
Le 10 juil. 05 à 16:41, Bruno Voisin a écrit :
> I remember Maarten Sneep some time ago wrote a post explaining in
> detail how to get rid once and for good of the AdobePDFViewer
> plugin, I'll look for it. I had managed recently (I don't remember
> exactly how) to reinstall Adobe Reader 7 from its installer
> without installing the PDFViewer plugin; but alas a couple of weeks
> later when installing the 7.0.2 update the PDFViewer was added
> automatically by the updater -:(
Le 10 juil. 05 à 17:09, Herbert Schulz a écrit :
> I've refrained from updating Adobe Reader 7 to the latest version
> for fear of going through this again. I think I set the preferences
> in Reader (you may have to do this in both Reader and Acrobat) not
> to use the plugin, quit each program and THEN deleted the plugin. I
> left the framework installed by Reader in Safari although I was
> really angry that Adobe would do that; it seems to do no harm. I'm
> back to using the Shubert PDF plugin in Safari; I only miss
> scrolling using the scroll wheel on my mouse.
I've finally got hold of Maarten's instructions, in a post "Rép : [OS
X TeX] Acrobat Reader 7" of 10th January:
> Here are the instructions to remove the pdf plug-in (and it shall
> not return).
> - Open AdobeReader 7
> - Open the preferences (cmd-K)
> - Select the "Internet" tab
> - uncheck "Display PDF in browser ..."
> - uncheck (pretty much everyting on that tab).
> - Quit the reader.
> - In the Finder, open /Library/Internet Plug-Ins and drag the
> PDFviewr to the trash.
> - Start Adober Reader once more
> - You might get a dialogue that ask you if you'd like to install
> the pdf viewer plugin for Safari. Uncheck that one, and check the
> box that you don't want any further messages of the kind.
> - Install any other plugin to handle PDF in Safari, or don't
> install any at all (my preferred solution).
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