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We have a PDF file , with e-signed . When we are open in Firefox , we are not able to see e-signature . We have written this view part in thymeleaf . We return base64 from back-end and convert it into PDF file .

Thanks ...

We have a PDF file , with e-signed . When we are open in Firefox , we are not able to see e-signature . We have written this view part in thymeleaf . We return base64 from back-end and convert it into PDF file . Thanks ...

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  • Identifikácia prehliadača: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:64.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/64.0

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WestEnd 60 riešení 5387 odpovedí

Converting PDF will not allow you to fill it in unless your reauthoring it with something the full Acrobat to make those changes. I doubt that was a correct pdf otherwise you need to contact the sender there is a problem. So not sure why this is a firefox issue since the Browser isn't the software that created the pdf.

Converting PDF will not allow you to fill it in unless your reauthoring it with something the full Acrobat to make those changes. I doubt that was a correct pdf otherwise you need to contact the sender there is a problem. So not sure why this is a firefox issue since the Browser isn't the software that created the pdf.
jscher2000
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Hi nikhilesh786, Firefox's PDF viewer (pdf.js) converts PDF files to HTML, and at this point, the viewer cannot emulate the full features of native PDF viewers like Adobe Reader.

If this signature issue is critical to you, please check whether it is already on file with the project or might need to be added:

https://github.com/mozilla/pdf.js/issues

Since changes may not reach Firefox for 6-12 months, depending on priorities, you probably need to plan on users opening the PDF outside the browser in another viewer. Does Firefox already show a button for that when loading one of your PDFs? If so, that might be enough. Otherwise, you could force downloading of the PDF (Content-Disposition: attachment).

Hi nikhilesh786, Firefox's PDF viewer (pdf.js) converts PDF files to HTML, and at this point, the viewer cannot emulate the full features of native PDF viewers like Adobe Reader. If this signature issue is critical to you, please check whether it is already on file with the project or might need to be added: https://github.com/mozilla/pdf.js/issues Since changes may not reach Firefox for 6-12 months, depending on priorities, you probably need to plan on users opening the PDF outside the browser in another viewer. Does Firefox already show a button for that when loading one of your PDFs? If so, that might be enough. Otherwise, you could force downloading of the PDF (Content-Disposition: attachment).