5680 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Feb 19, 2011 5:00 AM by Sunny Bains
Same problem here.
From that link above I get:
+(A) View a PDF File With Safari+
+1 Go to a Web page that displays a PDF link.+
+2 Click on the link. Safari will open up the PDF file into your Safari window.+
+3 View the contents of the PDF file by scrolling down the page.+
+(B) Download a PDF File+
+1 Open up Safari and go to a Web page that offers a link to a PDF file.+
+2 Hold down the 'Control' button and click on the PDF link in the Web page (or right-click if you have the right kind of mouse).+
+3 Choose the option 'Download Linked File' from the pull down menu that appears. This will download the file directly to your desktop.+
+(C) Open a PDF File in Preview+
+1 Open up a PDF file in your browser window.+
+2 Hold down the 'Control' button and click anywhere on the PDF document in the Safari window.+
+3 Choose the option 'Open File with Preview.app' from the pull down menu.+
A - doesn't work. I get a grey screen. Sometimes it asks which prog I want to use and then have to navigate to Reader. But, unlike Windows, it never remembers that choice!
B - it often doesn't download a thing. And the rest of that workaround is a ridiculous thing to have to do every time you want to view a .pdf file!
C - oh please...