When I view it in Internet Explorer, again the Add File button doesn't works, (what my understanding here is IE again uses Acrobat Reader for opening the PDF), that's why it doesn't displays open dialog box.
I'm looking for a way to attach files to a pdf using reader. After much research however it appears it is impossible to enable anyone using reader to attach a file if the original form is created using acrobat. Additionally I have buttons that use icons I created in Photoshop and these are not avaliable in LiveCycle. Is there any way to use the buttons I have created (which work in acrobat 9) to allow our customers to attach a file?
Also I'd like to note that this is not simple easy or anything else I have loved about adobe products since I first picked up Photoshop.
You can upload attachments in Reader but the file must be Reader Extended using LiveCycle Server and not Acrobat. Acrobat will only enable local saving and digital signatures. LiveCycle Server allows yo to extend the file for more things (including attachments).
Right now I don't have LiveCycle Server (I don't know if the free Blaze DS can work with that... I don't know much about it).
I was thinking about using the second way (i.e. create an image field with a button to add more fields to attach pictures), but the best would be the first way if it is possible...
What I could do is create the file in LCD, then open it in Acrobat and extend it for Reader... From what I understand, it won't do the same thing, but if I can save locally, that would work (I don't need to save on a server or something like that). The question is: will the files be embed or will I have to copy the files (images) with the pdf if I move it on another machine?
At first I wanted to check if there's a way in LCD to comunicate with Acrobat and create a kind of Portfolio... but I suppose this wouldn't work with Reader anyway...
Anyway, can you send me the script (I don't know if it's already in the post... but there's more than 250 posts right now) and I may be able to tweak it a little bit (if I am, I'll post the result here).