NEW: Preprints diagrams now available from EFDA-JET Figures Database
6 April 2004
All figures in EFDA-JET Preprint Acrobat PDF files from year 2000 onwards
now contain weblinks to the original diagrams held in our Figures Database at
This new facility provides you with the opportunity to download the original
artwork for JET diagrams in Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format.
When viewing a JET PDF file in Adobe Acrobat, click on figures to download the
respective EPS file from the Figures Database.
Problems with the PDF weblinks are occasionally experienced with certain
computer configurations. But you can see a "tooltip" box confirming
the web address of each diagram's EPS file by hovering your mouse over it in
the PDF file, then use this address in your web browser. Alternatively, you can
go to http://figures.jet.efda.org
and search for the filename shown in the tooltip.
Adobe Acrobat Reader is FREE. It's readily available and easy to install and use. And its presentation of PDF documents both on screen and in print is excellent.
On this page, you can find out more:
What is Acrobat?
The Acrobat system is designed to bring electronic documents to a wide range
of users. It has been developed by the Adobe Corporation. Acrobat's cross-platform
documents are known as Portable Document Format (PDF) files. The free Acrobat
Reader software enables Windows, DOS, Macintosh and Sun UNIX users to view,
navigate through, and print any PDF document. Articles in Acrobat format can be
viewed or printed to give a page almost identical to that found in a print
More information on
Acrobat is available at Adobe's World Wide Web server.
How to get Acrobat Reader FREE
Adobe distribute the Acrobat Reader FREE. You can
download Acrobat Reader for Windows, DOS, Macintosh and a range of UNIX platforms from Adobe's server.
Comprehensive installation information is provided.
Alternatively you can also download the following versions of the Acrobat Reader from this site. Macintosh (5.1Mb),Windows 3.1 (3.9Mb), Windows 95, NT 3.51 and 4.0 (4.0Mb). For other platforms go to the Adobe Acrobat Reader home page.
How to display Acrobat files automatically
You can configure most
World Wide Web browsers to automatically display any
Acrobat document downloaded. Refer to the documentation for your World Wide Web
browser for information on associating the Acrobat Reader ('Acrobat Reader' for
Macintosh, 'acroread.exe' for Windows) as a 'Viewer' or 'Helper Application'.
(You should associate the Acrobat Reader with the MIME type: 'application' and
the extension: '.pdf'). Alternatively,
configuring WWW browsers for use with the Acrobat Reader is available from
Adobe's World Wide Web server.
Due to the large variety of browsers in use, JET
cannot offer technical support on how to configure your browser.
How to use the Acrobat Reader with JET Preprints and Reports
All articles in JET Preprints and Reports are available in Acrobat format.
You will find an Acrobat icon underneath each abstract.
Click on the Acrobat icon:
... to download the full article in Acrobat PDF Format on to your computer.
Comprehensive information on how to use your Acrobat Reader is provided by
the Acrobat online help system, accessible from the 'Help' menu, but you may
find the following hints useful:
- The JET Preprints, Reports and Conference papers in Acrobat format are provided with
'thumbnails' included. Select 'Thumbnails and Page' from the 'View' menu (or
click the 'View thumbnails' button) to display the appropriate views of each page
as an aid to navigation within the document.
- We recommend selecting 'Fit Visible' from the 'View' menu to provide the
best page display.
- Adobe Acrobat articles are generally between 8KB and 6.4MB. Files of this size can take a few minutes to download, especially if you are on a slow or busy network.
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