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If the PDF plugin version supports passed in control options, you can hide all the toolbar buttons by appending #toolbar=0 to the src:
At least it works with direct links to the document. I'm assuming it will also work with a stream:
Also note that there will still be a "show toolbar" button at the bottom left of the document, unless you disable the scrollbar, and the user can use it to show the toolbar again.
The only control options I'm aware of are toolbar, page, zoom, and scrollbar. You can string them together separated by ampersands: #toolbar=0&page=3&zoom=50%. I've tried searching for a comprehensive list of all available controls, but couldn't find one.
My bad, just tested it out, and for the streaming version the query parameters must go before the plugin controls:
src="getDocument?docId=456#toolbar=0" instead of src="getDocument#toolbar=0?docId=456
Joined: Apr 06, 2005
Thanks a lot It worked.
How to disable the left panel i.e. "Bookmark/Signatures/Layers/Pages"?
Thanks in Advance.
Joined: Dec 13, 2004
I listed all the plugin commands I know of. I got the idea from http://www.schubert-it.com/pluginpdf/webdev/, which lists some commands for their custom plugin, and through testing found that some of them work with the standard Acrobat Reader plugin. Unfortunately "pagemode", which is what the site lists for bookmarks, isn't one of them. If you figure out how to disable bookmarks in the plugin, please let me know.