your English is just fine. Thank you for reporting this issue. We will look into the bahaviour with opening PDF files.
If you find more problems with Creator, this is actually a good place to post, we are checking the forum very regularly.
I have the same behavior happening with PSoC Creator 1.0.
"Get Data Sheet" results in
"gde.M0025: Cannot launch PDF reader.
Unable to launch a PDF reader. Install a PDF reader and make sure that it is associated with PDF files. Until this is done, this application will not be able to display component data sheets."
I use Foxit Reader 4.3.1.0323, which is registered as the default pdf handler, on Windows XP SP3.
Trying to avoid using Acrobloat, so I will probably just make an HTML page with links to all the pdfs.
If you don't want to make a HTML file, remember that you can open datasheets by right clicking components in the Component Catalog window. It works fine with FoxitReader.
I'm experiencing the same problem using PDF X-Change Pro (ver 2.0.54) and PSoC Creator ver 220.127.116.1127.
I can confirm that accessing the datasheet from the catalogue's context menu also works fine.
So far, this is the only glitch in what is otherwise a pretty damn nice IDE. I hope such a minor issue can be fixed soon.
The 3rd time I started PSoC Creator, I "accidentally" clicked on the Data Sheet button for a component that I already had open in my PDF Viewer app via the Component Catalog, and the application focus switched to the viewer.
Now I can't duplicate the original problem, so I can't tell if it was
a) the fact that this wasn't the first time I'd run the app (indicating maybe a registry value updated on app closure), or
b) if it had something to do with having the document already open in the external app.
Either way, it's worth a try.