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What FireFox Addin will display PDFs in XHTML (Viewer)

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We have a custom application that calls a PDF document in to a frame in InetExploerer. However, it sometimes is very slow. So we have been trying to experiment with Firefox as an alternative. However, when I open the document inside the web app the fram where it would be displayed cannot be displayed, but the details are listed as they normally would on the right. I believe this is written in XHTML if that makes any difference. If you need specifics please ask. I will do my best to answer them as I am not a programmer, and he isn't here any longer.

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Additional information - I have Adobe Acrobat FULL 9.x installed on this workstation
It's running Windows 7 Enterprise in a domain enviorment.

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Karl Heinz Kremer earned 2000 total points
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Try PDFObject: http://pdfobject.com/
It's Javascript based and does not require an extension or a plugin.
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