Hi have a PDF that I annotated on my iPad. I upload this pdf to a container field in FM Go. If I go to my desktop FM Pro, I can see the annotations just fine in the container preview however on FM Go, the annotations do not display in the preview.
If I export the pdf from the the container, the annotations are indeed there.
What can I do to get the annotations to show in the container preview in FM Go (as they do on FM Pro on the desktop).
I'm on iOS. I'm using iOS shortcuts and FM Go.
In FM Go, I send a container's PDF to iOS shortcuts via a x-callback-url with an "input" of the Base64Encode PDF. I annotate the PDF in iOS Shortcuts. I then send the annotated PDF back to FM Go to insert it back into the container...however there seems to be some characters in the Base64encode fmp url parameter that can't be passed in the URL coming back.
Is there something I can do to further encode this Base64 script parameter (that is the annotated PDF) so that it will pass back to FM Go via the URL.
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Can someone jog my memory on this? I just need to be able to reveal the "Find" function temporarily.
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