This describes how to get Firefox on OS X to display PDFs within a web
page. I think the main issue for most people on OS X is that they
probably haven't installed Adobe Acrobat and instead are still using the
built-in Preview application. If you do have Acrobat installed, the
following link helps with some configuration problems.
Jack Ha wrote:
> Hello all,
> The CEO of airset, Brian has changed his schedule, so we are
> re-scheduling their presentation. Now will be May 18th, Monday down by
> Palo Alto @ 6pm. So, wish all of you can attend.
> I was at airset's Berkeley office to meet with their market strategist
> and Marketing VP for 2 hours. I was pretty much given the
> presentation, it was cool. One of the BEST features is you can use
> cloud computing technology from them to back up your business for only
> $10. Or, you can START YOUR CLOUD-COMPUTING-BASED BUSINESS FOR ONLY
> $10. A great thing to check out under this down time, especially if
> you have no projects for now.
> RSVP soon, there are only 20 seats.
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