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javier 4 months ago in Application • updated by Andrew 4 months ago 9

Hi!

I need show a pdf document generated this way:

<a href="http://www.mydomain.com/?user=user&pass=password">show pdf</a>

this way don work.

I watch this https://kioskbrowser.userecho.com/topics/141-pdf-support/ but with parameter dont work

I also put type="application/pdf" but

we have the pro version in the company



GOOD, I'M SATISFIED
Satisfaction mark by javier 4 months ago
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Answered

Hi Javier


The URL must contain .pdf to work, the only way the app knows if there is a PDF file to open is when there is a PDF file name in the URL.


Regards

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Under review

Hi Javier


I've just spoken to the development team and they've confirmed that they have a pre-release version that should support URL's where the mime type is application/pdf. 


If you would like the APK to test, I can get them to upload it?

Hi! yes i woul like the APK to test. How we do? yo need the email whit the company bought the pro licence?

thanks!!!!

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Please see APK attached, you can install it over the top of the existing version.


If you still encounter problems please send us a URL we can test with.


app-free-release.apk


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Hi Javier,


My colleague has attached the APK for you now, please let us know how you get on.


Many thanks

:):):):):) Wow!! it's work!!!!!

thanks! thanks! thanks!

you have been very quick to give me a solution!!

Answered

Excellent, I'm pleased to hear it!


Our developers happened to be working on this solution for another customer this week so it was good timing!


I'll close the ticket for now, but please let us know if you need anything else at all!

when will the new version available?

It's planned for the next build but we don't have a release date at the moment.