The yellow bar appears in Acrobat v 9.3.1, but probably in other versions as well.
There is also an 8.2 update to Acrobat/Reader which includes some of these features as well."
The following indicate that the blacklist affects some/all (?) API calls:
Now, I appreciate that Adobe has to take steps to plug security gaps. However it is extremely frustrating when the tools available to develop dynamic solutions become so restrictive as to make the solution not viable.
The yellow bar is one problem. I can provide guidance/instruction to the user on how to deal with that. However the complicated/horror inducing/technical gibberish/dire warning that the script has failed will freak out most users. As well as discredit the developer.
I have yet to work out why the script did not work after I clicked "trust this form", but no doubt I am in the "hacker" category and will have to work up a different solution.
Following on from one of John Brinkman's blogs I have been looking at the return on investment of developing solutions in LC Designer. While I appreciate that Adobe's concerns are for the security of users, this latest step makes it harder to achieve a satisfactory ROI.
I had seen posts re the blacklist, but didn't think it would affect us - I was WRONG!!