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How to remove the bar that appears when you visualice a pdf with forms trying to open another application ?

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No matter what option you choose of if you colse it. everytime i open a new one that bar appears. Is tehre a way to remove it permanently? Thx in advance

No matter what option you choose of if you colse it. everytime i open a new one that bar appears. Is tehre a way to remove it permanently? Thx in advance
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jscher2000
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You should not see the compatibility warning for every PDF, only PDFs that use certain features.

Anyway, I am not aware of any setting to prevent Firefox from warning about possibly incompatible PDFs when you load them.

The appearance of built-in web pages -- the PDF Viewer frame, in this case -- can be modified using style rules in an optional userContent.css file. Possibly this could be used to permanently hide that bar so it never, ever opens. I have not tried to do that myself.

You should not see the compatibility warning for every PDF, only PDFs that use certain features. Anyway, I am not aware of any setting to prevent Firefox from warning about possibly incompatible PDFs when you load them. The appearance of built-in web pages -- the PDF Viewer frame, in this case -- can be modified using style rules in an optional userContent.css file. Possibly this could be used to permanently hide that bar so it never, ever opens. I have not tried to do that myself.
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Hello Jscher, thx for your fast reply. Indeed you are right, int only pops when a pdf has some forms to fill.

I will try that CSS solution if I solve it i will post it. Meanwhile any solution still welcome

Hello Jscher, thx for your fast reply. Indeed you are right, int only pops when a pdf has some forms to fill. I will try that CSS solution if I solve it i will post it. Meanwhile any solution still welcome
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If this is only happening when there are interactive forms to fill, you might check in about:config for the value of pdfjs.renderInteractiveForms and see what happens if set to True

If this is only happening when there are interactive forms to fill, you might check in about:config for the value of pdfjs.renderInteractiveForms and see what happens if set to True
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crankygoat said

If this is only happening when there are interactive forms to fill, you might check in about:config for the value of pdfjs.renderInteractiveForms and see what happens if set to True

Tested every option related to FORMS on about:config and still nothing :(

''crankygoat [[#answer-1272498|said]]'' <blockquote> If this is only happening when there are interactive forms to fill, you might check in about:config for the value of pdfjs.renderInteractiveForms and see what happens if set to True </blockquote> Tested every option related to FORMS on about:config and still nothing :(
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