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Hi all,
When I am using my Intel iMac and a URL is shown in a PDF, not colored or underlined, I can still click on it and it behaves like a regular link; taking me to the website.. When I use my wife's Powermac G5, and try the same thing, nothing happens. Is this to do with the OSX difference or something in permissions, or something else?.
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