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Enabling PDF versions of articles?

Postby michael_clj » Sat Sep 01, 2012 8:04 pm

Greetings --

In our most recently published issue, readers can click on the PDF link, and the article appears, but in HTML format, not in PDF format. See attached screen capture. (PDFs were generated for proofs and galleys and are available in their appropriate Layout slots.)

Is there an extra step to enable PDF viewing and downloading rather than HTML?

Thanks very much, in advance --

Best,
Michael

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Re: Enabling PDF versions of articles?

Postby michael_clj » Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:39 pm

I think I figured it out: I was using Chrome, which doesn't open PDFs automatically, which is also inexplicable. Works fine in Firefox.

But thanks for reading anyway! :-)

Best,
Michael
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