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    Default PDF going black when clicked on.

    Hi, this is not a BV problem, but is anyone having a problem when viewing a pdf doc in your browser the document go's black, as in a black area appears across about 2/3 of the readable area of the document. I have the most recent acrobat download & have tried all browsers.
    I can clear the black area by just clicking on any pdf tool, but as soon as i scroll it turns black again.

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    Default Re: PDF going black when clicked on.

    Not sure this will help... I have only seen that during printing or print preview. Once I unchecked " print all text as black" on printing, properties, finishing it stopped.

    Rita

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    Default Re: PDF going black when clicked on.

    Quote Originally Posted by ritarobi_cwo View Post
    Not sure this will help... I have only seen that during printing or print preview. Once I unchecked " print all text as black" on printing, properties, finishing it stopped.

    Rita
    Thanks Rita i will have a look at that. On doing a google search, it seems like quite a few pepole get this problem, but no real answers to a fix for it. (Strange)

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    Default Re: PDF going black when clicked on.

    You may want to look into the PDF tool you are using and the resources required, and how your RAM stacks up to functionalize the processing: it is the same as a browser, really, for PDFs utilize a virtual page (temp file) and it may be your RAM is reaching max potential when confronted with a Temp File Directory that should be cleaned out ..... just an idea.
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