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#1 2018-06-12 01:32:36 am

mactranslator
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Adobe Reader: sync browsing in two instances

Could someone help me to get a script that allows browsing in two instances of Adobe Reader, so that the page numbers match?

At the left-hand side I'm viewing Left.pdf in full page view. At the right-hand side I'm viewing Right.pdf, also in page view, with the Comments bar enabled:

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#2 2018-06-12 03:08:45 pm

t.spoon
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Re: Adobe Reader: sync browsing in two instances

I don't think Adobe Reader has a applescript dictionary, so this would at best be a PITA UI-scripting job.

I didn't look into it specifically, but it's probably pretty easy to script if you can use Preview instead of Adobe Reader.


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#3 2018-06-15 01:18:22 am

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Re: Adobe Reader: sync browsing in two instances

Thanks, but I really need to use the Comments feature of the Acrobat Reader.

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