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PDF supports the standard action types listed in Table 834 The following sections describe each of these types in detail Plug-in extensions may add new action types
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TABLE 834 Action types
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GoTo GoToR Launch Thread URI Sound Movie Hide Named SubmitForm ResetForm ImportData JavaScript
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Go to a destination in the current document ( Go-to remote ) Go to a destination in another document Launch an application, usually to open a le Begin reading an article thread Resolve a uniform resource identi er (PDF 12) Play a sound (PDF 12) Play a movie (PDF 12) Set an annotation s Hidden ag (PDF 12) Execute an action prede ned by the viewer application (PDF 12) Send data to a uniform resource locator (PDF 12) Set elds to their default values (PDF 12) Import eld values from a le (PDF 13) Execute a JavaScript script
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Note: Previous versions of the PDF speci cation described an action type known as the set-state action; this type of action is now considered obsolete and its use is no longer recommended An additional action type, the no-op action, was de ned in PDF 12 but never implemented; it is no longer de ned and should be ignored
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A go-to action changes the view to a speci ed destination (page, location, and magni cation factor) Table 835 shows the action dictionary entries speci c to this type of action
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TABLE 835 Additional entries speci c to a go-to action
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name name, string, or array
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(Required) The type of action that this dictionary describes; must be GoTo for a go-to action (Required) The destination to jump to (see Section 821, Destinations )
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Specifying a go-to action in the A entry of a link annotation or outline item (see Tables 816 on page 501 and 84 on page 478) has the same effect as specifying the destination directly via the Dest entry For example, the link annotation shown in Example 88, which uses a go-to action, has the same effect as the one in Example 87 on page 502, which speci es the destination directly However, the go-to action is less compact and is not compatible with PDF 10, so using a direct destination is preferable
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Example 88 93 0 obj << /Type /Annot /Subtype /Link /Rect [71 717 190 734] /Border [16 16 1] /A << /Type /Action /S /GoTo /D [3 0 R /FitR 4 399 199 533] >> >> endobj
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Remote Go-To Actions
A remote go-to action is similar to an ordinary go-to action, but jumps to a destination in another PDF le instead of the current le Table 836 shows the action dictionary entries speci c to this type of action
TABLE 836 Additional entries speci c to a remote go-to action
KEY TYPE VALUE
S F D
name le speci cation name, string, or array
(Required) The type of action that this dictionary describes; must be GoToR for a remote go-to action (Required) The le in which the destination is located (Required) The destination to jump to (see Section 821, Destinations ) If the value is an array de ning an explicit destination (as described under Explicit Destinations on page 474), its rst element must be a page number within the remote document rather than an indirect reference to a page object in the current document The rst page is numbered 0 (Optional; PDF 12) A ag specifying whether to open the destination document in a new window If this ag is false, the destination document will replace the current document in the same window If this entry is absent, the viewer application should behave in accordance with the current user preference
NewWindow
boolean
Launch Actions
A launch action launches an application or opens or prints a document Table 837 shows the action dictionary entries speci c to this type of action The optional Win, Mac, and Unix entries allow the action dictionary to include platform-speci c parameters for launching the designated application If no such entry is present for the given platform, the F entry is used instead Table 838 shows the platform-speci c launch parameters for the Windows platform; those for the Mac OS and UNIX platforms are not yet de ned at the time of publication