i'm creating an e-book in acrobat 7, and every page in it contains a box which the user can type a search phrase. a button near this box uses the [url removed, login to view] command to search trough a PDX file ("index") created by acrobat. the problem is, the results are sorted by default by their relevance - the page with the most words is listed first. i want the results to be sorted by date, or by filename. in adobe's JS documentation this optin doesn't appear. if you have any ideas - please let me know.
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