PDF Browser Plugin
PDF Browser Plugin
2.4.4

4.3

PDF Browser Plugin free download for Mac

PDF Browser Plugin2.4.4

13 March 2012

Allows Web browsers to display PDF documents.

Overview

PDF Browser Plugin turns your Web browser into the best PDF viewer available. With the help of PDF Browser Plugin you can view PDF documents directly in your Web browser, print them, and save them to disk if you'd like to keep them.

What's new in PDF Browser Plugin

Version 2.4.4:
  • Improved stability.
  • NEW A smarter page number indicator now always shows the total number of pages, page label and logical page number (if different from the page label).
  • NEW A Go To Page command in the Action and context menu allows you to directly jump to a specified page.
  • Reverted to slower scrolling in non-WebKit browsers.

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147 Reviews of PDF Browser Plugin

Sunburn
23 March 2009
Version: 2.3

Most helpful

This would be GREAT if it worked with the scroll wheel! The features are very nice, it loads fast, overall, very good--but not great. Could be great...
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Aargl
02 May 2014
Version: 2.4.4
I've been using this for years when I was on PPC, but now I find Safari's integrated pdf management a lot better and faster. It has not the menus of PDF Browser Plugin, but for browsing pdfs on line, it's a lot smoother.
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Aargl
10 May 2013
Version: 2.4.4
Doesn't seem to work anymore in the latest Safari 5.1.9 (may be also the former ones, I don't use it very often...)
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4.5
π
22 December 2012
Version: 2.4.4
Great, but backspace for back is not working. Please improve. :)
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misterjspencer
11 June 2012
Version: 2.4.4
It would be even better if it worked with adobe reader typewriter tool, so you could fill in pdf forms and print them. here's hoping
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Samadams
12 March 2012
Version: 2.4.3
Crashes with Firefox 10.0.2. See https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=733704 I attempted to revert to 2.4.2, only to discover it won't load pdf's at all now.
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Gregm
16 February 2012
Version: 2.4.3
Just noticed that I had to remove the older version first. (Previous ver showed in the Firefox add-ons after "successful" installation of 243 --- inspite of restarting the browser and computer)
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Robotank
16 February 2012
Version: 2.4.3
Very nice--provides a substantial improvement over the bare-bones default PDF in Safari. Thanks very much for the free-for-non-profit-use licensing model.
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Dana-Sutton
15 February 2012
Version: 2.4.3
Sounds useful. But I'd rather spend a week in a Turkish drunk tank than spend seventy bucks on a browser plugin.
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5
Macguruguy
15 February 2012
Version: 2.4.3
Like the addition of scroll wheel.
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5
umaromc
15 February 2012
Version: 2.4.3
Works really well. Adobe's Plug-in never worked with Mozilla's browsers, its free and even works with Mozilla's 13.0a1 Nightly builds of Firefox. From a loaded PDF I can Save, Print or open with Preview/default PDF viewer.
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5
VictorPrijker
14 February 2012
Version: 2.4.3
An amazing web plugin. My Firefox can't live without it.
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Molamola
05 January 2012
Version: 2.4.2
Great features, works with FireFox - only complaint: scrolling is still sloooow and cho o oo pp y... this really sucks... if this could be fixed it would be 5 stars +
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3.5
monty-3
22 December 2011
Version: 2.4.2
Works more reliably for me than Adobe's plugin or Safari. Ready access to print and save. CONS: No ability to digitally edit a pdf form like you can with Adobe's plugin. I don't know if this is a CON or a bug as the developer never responds to emails for support (CON - no support), but you cannot PASTE anything into the Save Dialog for a filename. I tried Snow Leopard and Lion. Lion was a brand new clean install. No ability to paste in the name field. It would be nice if at least the developer responded whether that is a bug or not, but since he hasn't I'll assume it is a bug.
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Eric•Woehler
13 September 2011
Version: 2.4.2
ok, I have solved the issue of blank pages when opening PDFs in FF: do not strip away the 32-bit code. The plugin works perfectly when both the 32- and 64-bit code is present, but if the 32-bit code is stripped (eg xslimmer) then the plugin shows blank pages. hope this helps others out there
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0.5
Eric•Woehler
09 September 2011
Version: 2.4.2
Despite having d/l the most recent FF 7beta (b4) and re-installed the plugin, FF continues to tell me that it has 2.4.1 installed, despite the installer telling me it is v2.4.2. Very strange and perhaps is why I continue to get blank pages in FF when Safari works fine.
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0.5
Eric•Woehler
09 September 2011
Version: 2.4.2
doesn't work on FF 7.0b2 - opens to blank page/screen used to work flawlessly then updated to b2 and nada... anyone with any ideas?
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umaromc
10 August 2011
Version: 2.4.2
Works flawlessly for me; Firefox 8.0a1 Nightly build (Add-On Compatibility Reporter installed to disable Add-On version/compatibility check), OS X 10.7
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5
Tozzo
09 August 2011
Version: 2.4.2
This does not work in firefox 3 anymore when used in lion.
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0.5
r2xman
09 August 2011
Version: 2.4.2
Safari opens pdf's just fine without this.
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2stepbay
02 August 2011
Version: 2.4.1
Does not work on Safari 5.1. All buttons are inactive. Emailed developer over a week ago. No response.
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Grandpa-John
02 July 2011
Version: 2.4.1
I am having trouble here. With many of the pdf pages online, the Shubert plugin will return a PDF icon with a question mark. As soon as I remove the plugin I can read the file online just fine. I am using the latest version of Safari and this is the first time that the Shubert plugin does not work properly for me.
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Eric•Woehler
28 June 2011
Version: 2.4.1
Happy to report newest version (2.4.1) works in 64-bit mode with Firefox 5. Don't know why it didn't work before (see my comments below) but all is well now. Congrats to dev for maintaining this critical plugin.
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smtips
26 June 2011
Version: 2.4.1
And the Dev wants to charge money for this when it's not compatible in 64 bit mode on the most popular browser on the planet?? Hello....Dev?!? I was going to use this til I read that.
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umaromc
24 June 2011
Version: 2.4.1
WORKS WITH FIREFOX IN 64-BIT MODE! Works quite well, I NEVER remember it rendering this fast!- FREE for personal and educational use! How could I complain! Using on Firefox/Nightly 7.0a1 Build with 'Add-On Compatibility Reporter' Add-On which allows older Add-Ons to load with newer builds of Firefox. I'm SUPER happy- I hope the developer takes donations!
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0.5
Drsfg
18 June 2011
Version: 2.4
No longer works in Camino or Firefox. Completely crashes Camino, nothing renders in Firefox. It does work in Safari.
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umaromc
17 June 2011
Version: 2.4
From developer's website; "New in PDF Browser Plugin 2.4: Support for Safari in 64-bit Mouse wheel support in Safari"
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Shock-J
16 June 2011
Version: 2.4
OMG.... $70 for a browser plugin that reads PDFs? I'm speechless. Didn't this use to be free? Unless this thing does your taxes and makes coffee, the developer must be crazy.
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Katharhino
14 April 2010
Version: 2.3.2
Installed seamlessly (I'm running 10.5 on a PPC iMac) and then I navigated to a PDF file in Camino. It works! Hallelujah! That's one small annoyance solved. Thanks.
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Zeev-Belkin
10 September 2009
Version: 2.3.2
Both the version 2.3.1 and 2.3.2 are buggy and do not work properly with Firefox 3.5.x when a fire sidebar is opened. This plugin is absolutely useless: it can not be used with FF and there is no sense to use it with Safari because there are much better PDF plugin for Safari from Adobe (sipped as part of the Acrobat Reader).
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Nguyenhm16
02 September 2009
Version: 2.3.2
The built-in PDF support in Safari on Snow Leopard is even better than this plug-in, if only because the page-up/down keys and mouse wheel behave like you'd expect, and you can search through the PDF using Safari's search feature. The only "downside" to the built-in support in Safari is that there is no PDF plug-in toolbar. After using this plug-in and Adobe's (on PC's too) for years, it feels as little weird for PDFs to be treated this way by the browser.
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Cealus
02 September 2009
Version: 2.3.2
Doesn't seem to load under Snow Leopard.
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Sunburn
23 March 2009
Version: 2.3
This would be GREAT if it worked with the scroll wheel! The features are very nice, it loads fast, overall, very good--but not great. Could be great...
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Plotzenhots
06 March 2009
Version: 2.3
..wonderfull plugin, developed from one of the gently macpeople ;-) but, wouldn´t it be nice to let it work together with seamonkey? today i´ve tried it with seamonkey 1.1.15 ..but nothing happens :-/ ..the older 2.23 version works with seamonkey in rosetta, i know ..please mr. schubert..make it work with seamonkey ..please, please :-)
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Leopoldbloom
06 March 2009
Version: 2.3
Very nice plugin. Far more versatile than the default PDF viewer in Safari. The inability to use the scroll wheel is a bit of a nuisance, but it does have grab scrolling, which means you don't have to go to the scroll bar whenever you want to move the window. In conclusion, I'll take the additional features and live without the scroll wheel. Thanks to the dev for making this plugin free for non-commercial use.
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Gordon142
06 March 2009
Version: 2.3
Nice to see this finally updated. The good news is despite it simply talking about Safari, it appears to work just fine in Firefox. The bad news is it still doesn't support mouse wheel scrolling, something that works fine in the built-in PDF viewer for Safari, the Acrobat plugin, and the google code pdf viewer for Firefox. So you have to ask yourself if you like the added features more or being able to scroll with your mouse. For me at least, the lack of mouse scrolling is a deal-breaker. But hey, it's free.
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Eric•Woehler
06 March 2009
Version: 2.3
Seems to be working fine - am using it with Siretoko intel-optimised version and opens PDFs on the web and on my computer ok. Appears to be better than the Firefox PDF plugin for Mac OS X (v 1.0.1) [see http://code.google.com/p/firefox-mac-pdf/ for details]. Free for personal/educational use.
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Ncc876
19 June 2008
Version: 2.2.3
At long last! An alternative has emerged for Intel Mac users! It's not as feature-laden, but it works. firefox-mac-pdf - Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/firefox-mac-pdf/
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tim-dehring
05 May 2007
Version: 2.2.3
Yes, that is because Netscape is not a Universal app, meaning it launches in Rosetta. Shocker here....so does the PDF plugin. Therefore, this plugin is not native to Universal apps unless we force them to open using Rosetta, which is kinda the point about wanting a Universal version of this plugin.
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jcraig
12 February 2007
Version: 2.2.3
This plugin used to receive regular updates, but since the Intel transition, nothing. It would be nice to know one way or the other if the developer intends to create an Intel or UB version. If the answer is no, that's fine, but just let us know so the speculating can end.
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Rc1
17 November 2006
Version: 2.2.3
I have an Intel--this works great with my Netscape. I can print pdf's off the web again!
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MAchintrucbidule459
27 October 2006
Version: 2.2.3
Please, make it works on intel machines. Even the one from adobe doesn't work...
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Nicolas-F
11 October 2006
Version: 2.2.3
Seems not to work with Safari and iMac Intel core duo MAcOS 10.4.8 ( plugin 2.2.3 version). Hope there will be soon a new version ?
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Mntbighker
22 September 2006
Version: 2.2.3
I see ne reference to Intel support anywhere on their site.
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Kittysonnenschein
05 August 2006
Version: 2.2.3
I loved this plugin on my old Powerbook, but I'm really bummed there's no Macbook version yet. Is this ever coming???
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Tomrakewell
05 July 2006
Version: 2.2.3
... it cannot be that complicated to make this work with Safari/OmniWeb on intel Macs. But the developer does not even reply to messages. Is this plugin dead?
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4.75
Foolsmaster
21 May 2006
Version: 2.2.3
Works great on my 12" iBook. Doesn't work anymore with Safari on my new Intel Macmini (but works with firefox...). Someboby's got a clue?
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jcraig
05 April 2006
Version: 2.2.3
Just wondering if a universal binary release is imminent?
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Anonymous
23 November 2005
Version: 2.2.3
Fast and stable. The only problem I could notice is that the mouse scroll wheel doesn't work. Much better than sarafi's built in engine.
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3.75
Anonymous
31 October 2005
Version: 2.2.2
Great! But my mouse wheel does not work in omniweb or safari. It does in camino and that piece of junk browser firefox.
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Anonymous
09 September 2005
Version: 2.2.2
I think this plugin is great. However, when multiple PDFs are open at once, the buttons in the button bar stop working. This problem is a big nuissance.
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Anonymous
03 September 2005
Version: 2.2.2
I've been using PDF Browser Plugin for ages, and absolutely love it. Unfortunately, it stopped working for me at approximately the same time as I downloaded the recent Safari update for OS 10.3.9 (Safari 1.3.1). Is anybody else having this problem? Any ideas?
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Anonymous
31 August 2005
Version: 2.2.2
Adobe PDF Plugin loading = 10-15 seconds. This guy = 1 -2 seconds. Any questions?
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Anonymous
28 August 2005
Version: 2.2.2
I have a question, it says you don't have to download the pdf to view it. But when i click on the link it downloads and then opens with safari. What gives? I am trying to avoid that whole step. That is the only reason I would need this plugin otherwise it does what preview does..right?
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3.25
FakeArnold
21 August 2005
Version: 2.2.2
The plugin does not handle the scroll wheel on my mouse. It could start up faster. There are several pdf's on the web that it can not handle. Else it works fine.
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4.5
Anonymous
20 June 2005
Version: 2.2.2
This is a wonderful little plugin for those of us who want more functionality than the pdf viewer built into safari 2.0. I do have one gripe, however, and that is the plugin doesn't work with the scroll wheel on my kensington mouse. I am forced to scroll through documents the old-fashioned way.
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4.75
Anonymous
19 June 2005
Version: 2.2.2
I tried switching to the "official" Adobe PDF plugin when that was released, but soon found that it would do things like hold the entire Safari browser in a busy loop (continuous spinning beach-ball) until the =entire= file had downloaded. This meant you could not do any more browsing, in any Safari window, until the large PDF had finished loading. The other thing I found with Adobe's plugin is that, if you opened a PDF in a new tab in Firefox and kept reading your current tab, it wouldn't start downloading =at all= until you opened that tab. This is similar to how some Flash animations will not begin to load until you view them (or attempt to). No such problems with this PDF Browser Plugin. Plus, you get to save your PDFs to disk and open them in an external viewer, rather easily. CK.
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Anonymous
23 May 2005
Version: 2.2.2
This thing is great, which is probably why Apple made this thing obsolete by mimic-ing it in Tiger (10.4). If you open a PDF in Safari, the PDF opens in the browser window just like PDF Browser Plugin 2.2.2 would have allowed you to do.
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4.25
Anonymous
03 May 2005
Version: 2.2.2
I reinstalled pdf plugin after Tiger upgrade, it's still working, unless a bit slower than the new (but poor) build-in pdf view of safari. great plug, I only miss a "go-to-page ..." feature.
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Anonymous
11 April 2005
Version: 2.2.2
I have been using this plugin since the day it was publicly released (my default browser was and is Safari) and not once has it caused the slightest issue. Just one of the many reasons that OS X is so great... I can dump Adobe Acrobat Reader completely and replace it with a faster, slimmer, smarter alternative: PDF Browser Plugin. Life is good.
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2.5
Anonymous
11 April 2005
Version: 2.2.2
PLEASE BE CAREFUL with this plug-in. I installed it Friday and when I rebooted this morning my browsers started crashing (Netscape, Safari, Firefox). Maybe some kind of adjustment would have fixed this but I don't have the time to chase it down. I removed the plug-in and no more problems. Oddly the crashes wouldn't happen immediately -- three to five minutes after launching the browser I'd get hard crashes and the 'report to Apple' message. I did not know what to make of it until I saw 'PDF something' in one of the stack traces. If you like the functionality I would suggest you allocate an hour or two to try it out and definitely go through restarts and such to iron out the kinks.
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BDog
08 April 2005
Version: 2.2.2
Much better than Adobe. You don't need to wait for an external app to open. Needed features: 1. Scroll wheel support (understand that it's cocoa's fault) 2. A "go to page" button. Why did my comment get deleted when the above was all that I said????? You guys sure are "delete happy". :-( If and when this gets deleted, I'm just going to add it again, and again, and again...
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4.75
Anonymous
08 April 2005
Version: 2.2.2
This is a great feature, granted it uses the same rendering engine as Apple's Preview, thus it doesn't always display files correctly like Adobe Reader would. However, unlike Reader, this properly anti-aliases the text and loads within a couple of seconds, not a dozen seconds. Also, because it functions using Apple's pdf engine, it is much faster at scrolling thatn Adobe Reader--that program is too bloated. Good job.
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4.75
Anonymous
08 April 2005
Version: 2.2.2
Prefer the plug-in greatly over Adobe's. I do second the request for scrollwheel support.
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4.75
Anonymous
08 April 2005
Version: 2.2.2
The BEST PDF plugin. I got rid of the Adobe plugin, and live happily ever after.
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4.25
Anonymous
08 April 2005
Version: 2.2.2
This would be perfect if you could find the way to allow scroll wheel support in Safari. Other browsers have no trouble with scrolling, only WebKit based, yet I see no acknowledgement that you are either aware of it, or are working on the fix. Nice to see you pressing on with the development, and keeping it free. It is quite a boon.
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BDog
08 April 2005
Version: 2.2.2
This is the best way to open PDF in your browser. I like that you don't have to wait for an external app to open, like Acrobat. Two features that would be really REALLY nice; Scroll wheel support (I know you've already been asked this). "Go to page" button.
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Ancientyger
08 April 2005
Version: 2.2.2
Works great! the display is great! Saves are perfect! As for the price........... see the website for details. I've had no problems with this software, so i have only good reviews.. I like the options for displaly and the interface isn't intrusive. Yep. Gonna keep it.
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Anonymous
23 March 2005
Version: 2.2.1
Plug-in works great. The Acrobat 7 plugin ONLY adds functionality to the Safari browser. This PDF Browser plugin works for ALL browsers. This plugin ALSO works for Internet Explorer 5.2, even though says it's not supported. You have to manually edit the file helpers to point at the PDF Browser Plugin, but it works, and works just fine. This plugin definitely loads faster than the Acrobat, and it does what you need...view a PDF. If you want options, that's what Acrobat is for. Download the PDF file then use Acrobat. My only concern is the hefty, high file size PDFs that contain high-res data--it's a problem for all plugins. Just too much for the browsers to handle. The browser plugin works GREAT for it's intended purpose--viewing PDF's.
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Anonymous
19 March 2005
Version: 2.2.1
How on earth is this worth $70? Why would this be worth -anything-, especially since Safari in 10.4 will have in-browser PDF viewing?
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Anonymous
18 March 2005
Version: 2.2.1
Outstanding. Light, fast, with a clean interface. Thanks a lot to the developer.
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Anonymous
17 March 2005
Version: 2.2.1
Well the recent Adobe Reader 7 has a built in plugin, which is what he was talking about. The Shubert plugin is probably faster (hard to tell on a Dual G5), but Reader 7 has more functionality.
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Anonymous
17 March 2005
Version: 2.2.1
well, you surely get this with any browser and acrobat but the BIG difference is loading the acrobat reader, which takes some time and is everything but fast, or loading a tiny plug-in which gives all functions necessary in a second. so why bother using acrobat for this?
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Anonymous
17 March 2005
Version: 2.2.1
safari and acrobat reader 7 do this out of the box !
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Mylo
03 March 2005
Version: 2.2
Still no scroll whell support in 2.2 but hands down the best pdf plugin around!
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4.75
Anonymous
31 January 2005
Version: 2.1
Extraordinary and good looking plug-in! One thing I'm missing: I'd love to be able to use the scrollwheel of my mouse to scroll down the PDF. Thank you.
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Hank2
20 December 2004
Version: 2.1
Thank goodness, someone at Mozillazine just mentioned this -- I had no idea it existed, and it's EXACTLY what's needed with Firefox under OSX
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4.75
stickman67
09 November 2004
Version: 2.1
Simply the best browser-based PDF viewer going. Wishlist: * Scrollwheel support. * Find text. Probably big asks, especially the latter, for what is otherwise one of the most indispensable items of software on my computer.
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Anonymous
08 October 2004
Version: 2.1
This plugin is indispensable! Before using this plugin, my web browsers wouldn't display some online ebooks correctly (it would download a new PDF file for every page and keep opening new windows in Acrobat).
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Anonymous
02 September 2004
Version: 2.1
This and the word plugin are the greatest plugins ever made for OS X. This is great. Acrobat is so slow and bulky to use when something like this is available. Thanks!
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Anonymous
31 August 2004
Version: 2.1
I am very thankful for this item that Apple conveniently left-out.
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4.75
Anonymous
31 August 2004
Version: 2.1
This thing ROCKS!!! Flawlessly intergrated with most OSX broswers(maybe all of them I'm not sure, I just tried in Safari, OmniWeb, Firefox and works perfect).
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Anonymous
31 August 2004
Version: 2.1
I don't know what is new in 2.1 but unfortunately, it's not scrolling. Beside that, it does it's job very well.
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4.5
Anonymous
27 August 2004
Version: 2.0.2
Fantastic. I work at an educational institution and this plugin is invaluable to me as I work with journal articles published in PDF form (the preferred way of many researchers to access peer-reviewed research these days; faster, easier, more storable, searchable, etc) -- especially since Acrobat 6.0 no longer can display PDF files in the browser window. I've already helped the head of my department install the plugin in Safari and he couldn't be happier. I would, however, like to see the ability to view page thumbnails on the left side of the window as Acrobat permits, and the toolbar buttons should be perhaps 25-50% larger with clearer label artwork; my lab's principal investigator (who also has a copy in his Firefox installation, thanks to my high opinion of this great plugin) is constantly mixing up which is Save and which is Print. Seems to be even faster under Firefox Aviary nightly builds than the "mainstream" releases. And the fact that it's free for educational use (and personal use) is great. Many scientists applaud you!
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Strongmantim
23 August 2004
Version: 2.0.2
Apparently, if you are using a cocoa browser, mouse scrollwheel support does not work because of a problem with cocoa. BUT if you are using mozilla, firefox, IE, etc., mouse scrolling will work because those are carbon apps.
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Anonymous
09 July 2004
Version: 2.0.2
What you talking about ..version 2.0.2 does support and i use scrollwheeling this is a Brill plug-in
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Anonymous
09 July 2004
Version: 2.0.2
This plugin has supported keyboard scrolling for ever. Actually, scrolling speed has improved for me in this version. Anyone else noticed this?
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4.25
Anonymous
08 July 2004
Version: 2.0.2
Likewise wondering when it will support scrollwheeling and/or keyboard scrolling. It's really annoying having to mouse to scroll. Other than that, I really like and value PDF Browser Plugin, and hope the author will continue his good worl.
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3.5
Anonymous
08 July 2004
Version: 2.0.2
Nice piece of work .... but I've been waiting thru several versions for this thing to support my scrollwheel. When do ya think that will happen????
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ProfAD
08 July 2004
Version: 2.0.2
The main point is this: "PDF Browser Plugin 2 is FREE for private use at home for not-for-profit activities and for use at educational institutions for not-for-profit activities."
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Anonymous
11 May 2004
Version: 2.0.1
Used to love the plug in... As everyone else said, boy oh boy this is expensive for a comercial viewer. Sorry, but acrobat was free, it's hard to swallow. 4 stars for a great program.
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3.75
Anonymous
30 April 2004
Version: 2.0.1
It Works well on Safari and Netscape, a few little bugs (zoom and scroll) on IE. Question: is there a way to change the common green background? thanks in advance.
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Anonymous
09 April 2004
Version: 2.0.1
Great app. Wish it could follow links, but I understand why this is difficult.
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Anonymous
08 April 2004
Version: 2.0.1
This rocks....the only thing from OS9 that I missed is now in OS X! You guys are the best! and it's free!!!
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Anonymous
06 April 2004
Version: 2.0.1
Before anyone else comments on price: RTFM! It's **free** for personal and educational use. The fee is for a commercial site license.
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3.25
Anonymous
06 April 2004
Version: 2.0.1
Absolute ripoff for going from no charge to $70. If this has been $10 there would have been on problem.
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Anonymous
06 April 2004
Version: 2.0.1
This used to be free. What happened? $70 for a viewer? $70 for a frivolous viewer? I could understand that much to be able to create PDFs in some spiffy new way but not to view them. If viewing software isn't free then your audience shrinks considerably. Okay software, terrible value. Goodby PDF Browser Plugin...
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Anonymous
06 April 2004
Version: 2.0.1
Professional software that personal individual benefits from. Personal users get a free license; business users get a heck of a deal. Love it and can't live without it. Many thanks to the Developers.
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4.5
Anonymous
12 March 2004
Version: 2.0
This is a very impressive bit of shareware. I liked v1. I really like v2. The price can't be beat and the fit & finish is nearly right-on. This version has split-pane view! It also has a toolbar--which you can make go away! I'd love this version if not for two minor quibbles. 86 the default background color, please... reclaim scrollwheel support for Safari. I was able to download the "PDF Browser Plugin Settings" program and rid the background of the horrendous green (and use 86% grey ;) But points must come off for these 2 glaring (albeit non-critical) imperfections. Thanks Schubert!
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Anonymous
08 March 2004
Version: 2.0
just a comment for the dev: you used to offer a version of this that worked on os 10.2.... why not have it available for download for those people who haven't/can't upgrade to 10.3?
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Danbathgate
28 February 2004
Version: 2.0
A simply great piece of freeware! The ability to view PDF's in a web browser, one of the very few things I liked about Windows over Mac, is delivered in this beautiful piece of software! Apple should include this software in the Mac OS! Be sure to check out Word Browser Plugin by the same people.
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