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LiveCycle XML form – how can linux users correctly use it?

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me again. I created a form with dropdown lists etc in life cycle designer.
I know i made a big mess with the layers, textboxes and other lists not named correctly etc, but the form is working as intended and good for all Mac and Windows Users.
Now apparently, some people who will use the form, work with Linux and report
that 1. they cannot install Adobe Acrobat and 2. of course when open in a browser the functions are not working.

How would I have to save the form for linux users? Is this even possible?

Thank you again
Andrea

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Since there is no Acrobat Reader for Linux since 2009, you don't have an official way to view those forms on that platform. Some webbrowsers like Firefox and Chrome nowadays have XFA support, so you might have a small chance by using those. 

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Since there is no Acrobat Reader for Linux since 2009, you don't have an official way to view those forms on that platform. Some webbrowsers like Firefox and Chrome nowadays have XFA support, so you might have a small chance by using those.