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I presume the problem is that when you click on a PDF link it loads in your browser rather than downloading? If that’s the case, just right-click the link (you can control-click too if you’re using a Mac) and choose to download the target - or the equivalent option shown by your browser. This tells it to stop trying to display it and just download the file for you. If you have a PDF already showing in your browser then look for overlay controls that offer a download option as well as zoom buttons. Safari does this, others may too. Finally, alt-clicking a link (or holding down Alt while reloading) will - on Macs at least - download rather than display the target, even if it’s an HTML page. Does this help, or have I guessed wrong about exactly what the problem is?

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UPDATE: It's been suggested (by Martin) that there are two possible solutions to the “load a PDF” problem. One is to disable JavaScript altogether, which can be done in iOS (by going to your iPad or iPhone Settings and then Safari), or in OS X, via the web inspector or Terminal. The other option is to disable embedded JS at a web page level using something like the JavaScript Inspector and/or JSL int plugins that come with Fiddle and WebStorm. One of the developers of the “load PDFs” feature has provided some more insights into the situation. “This (sic) should be fixed in a short while — if you click on a PDF link you should be able to just right-click it and download it with no problem” The problem appears to affect links that attempt to load PDFs. The PDF links (for example,) that open a PDF file.