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I have a PDF that I cannot view in a container field. Interactive Content is checked. I assume the PDF file is valid because if I'm in Layout Mode with Sample Data on, the image shows in the container field. But, once I go to Browse mode, it doesn't show. If I view container attributes in the data viewer, it appears everything is as it should be. Any thoughts? Thanks, whardy
I'm running FMP 17 Adv on Catalina. I have a folder containing the FileMaker file and a large number of PDFs. A script determines if there is a PDF for a particular client, and either sends an email with the PDF attached to that client, or prints out the email body and the PDF. The PDF has a known filename, and can be input as an external file or via a container. The filename is available as a $$ variable; the path is the same as the Filemaker file itself. The email part works fine. The problem is in printing. The script prints out the body of the email perfectly, but I cannot
FileMaker Pro 22.214.171.1240 On a Mac I am having a container field where I store PDF files. Every time I start the DB and I get to a file in the DB with a PDF in it, I get a box asking me: adobe pdf viewer can not find a compatible… etc. Now if I select Adobe Acrobat Reader DC it now runs fine, however it will ask me again the next time I open the DB. Boring indeed. Any solution to that? My first choice would be to use Preview, I did select it when the box appeared but this does not work. Any solutions to that? If it needs to be Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, where
My solution for grad student to upload information about their summer internship, including a PDF file from their employer, is not working well this year. Last year, we were on FilemakerServer 13 and I built the student-facing layouts for WebDirect. The staff side of the database was accessed through FilemakerPro 13. The container field does not store its data externally, but rather internally to the db file. This year, we've upgraded to FMS 14, FMP 14, and, of course, the world has gotten wary of PDF files. So, our grad students' uploaded PDFs no longer render in the layou